Guess who’s back, Pakistan six-hitting extraordinaire ready to play for any team in PSL 8

Pakistan six-hitter Shahid Afridi said he is ready to play for any team in PSL 8

Shahid Afridi: “I have no idea where will I go. If a franchise offers, I will surely go along. I will work as it’s about Pakistan”

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Renowned Pakistan six-hitter Shahid Afridi said he is ready to play for any team in the upcoming edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL).

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Sarfaraz Ahmed was going to let him captain Quetta Gladiators, team owner Nadeem Omar on Pakistan player he tried to sign for PSL 8

Nadeem Omar said Sarfaraz Ahmed was going to let Pakistan superstar Babar Azam captain the Quetta Gladiators in PSL 8

Nadeem Omar: “If Babar Azam was willing to be a part of our team, we would have welcomed him. Sarfaraz was even ready to give up the leadership for him but unfortunately, the deal with him was not possible”

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Quetta Gladiators owner Nadeem Omar has revealed that Sarfaraz Ahmed was going to let Pakistan captain Babar Azam lead the team had he signed for the Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchise.

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Had to trade my son, former Pakistan captain Moin Khan reveals why he made the decision

Moin Khan said he had to trade his son Azam Khan from the Quetta Gladiators to Islamabad United

Moin Khan: “Neither myself nor Nadeem (Omar) bhai wanted to trade Azam but we both recognised that it was important for his growth to join a team where he was featuring regularly”

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Former Pakistan captain Moin Khan said he had to trade his son, Azam Khan, from the Quetta Gladiators to Islamabad United since he wanted to see him grow and play regularly.

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Quetta Gladiators didn’t give me enough chances, exciting Pakistan prospect feels he deserved better

Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Azam Khan said the Quetta Gladiators didn't give him enough chances

Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Azam Khan: “I wasn’t getting enough chances to perform behind the stumps in Quetta, and it was Islamabad who gave me the opportunity to play with the gloves on. I’m enjoying that a lot”

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Exciting Pakistan prospect Azam Khan said the Quetta Gladiators didn’t give him enough chances to “perform behind the stumps”.

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Tough decision to leave Quetta Gladiators, 23-year-old up-and-coming Pakistan wicketkeeper says

Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Azam Khan said it was a tough decision to leave the Quetta Gladiators

Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Azam Khan: “It was a tough decision leaving Quetta because they had given me the first opportunity in the PSL. I’d been playing for them for the past three-four years”

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Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Azam Khan has opened up about being traded from the Quetta Gladiators to Islamabad United, saying it was a “tough decision” to leave.

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