Shahid Afridi, a famous all-rounder for Pakistan, has joined Jammu Janbaz of the Kashmir Premier League (KPL), which will hold its second season in August of this year.
Afridi, who withdrew from the seventh season of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) midway through due to injury, is slated to play in the second season of the KPL for Jammu Janbaz, marking his return to competitive cricket. The second edition of Janbaz will be led by the former Pakistani captain.
The famous all-rounder declared after his inclusion that he does not require a farewell because the support of the country is sufficient for him.
“I don’t need to say goodbye before I retire. I can’t handle the people’s adoration,” Afridi said.
The legendary player of the Pakistan Junior League (PJL) expressed his opinion on the recently announced league and asserted that it will highlight emerging talent.
He asserted that “the Pakistan Junior League will highlight more young and promising players.”
Afridi continued by expressing his opinions on the recently announced Central Contracts 2022–2023 of the Pakistan Cricket Body (PCB) and said that some players were treated unfairly by the cricket board.
He stated, “The PCB Central Contracts resulted in injustice to three to four players.”