New captaincy scheme for all forms proposed by Shahid Afridi

New captaincy scheme for all forms proposed by Shahid Afridi. In an attempt to stabilize the team’s leadership across all formats, former Pakistan cricket captain Shahid Afridi has submitted a proposal to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). Afridi advocates for an end to the continuing controversy surrounding the position and proposes naming a captain for a period of two to three years.

When Afridi addressed reporters in the port city, he stressed the importance of having a stable team leader. He suggested that the position of vice captain be eliminated entirely and that instead, it should be given to a qualified player when the captain isn’t available.

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Afridi also endorsed Mohammad Hafeez’s continued role as Pakistan’s team director, lending his support to his erstwhile comrade. Afridi recommended giving Hafeez more time in his current position, pointing to his vast cricketing expertise, but advised against expecting drastic changes right away.

After Pakistan’s recent tours of Australia and New Zealand, Afridi regretted wasted opportunities and poor performance. He cautioned against making major roster changes in front of the next T20 World Cup, which will be hosted in the United States and the West Indies, despite recent losses.

With the goal of improving Pakistan cricket’s performance on the global arena, Afridi’s recommendations seek to establish stability and consistency within the organization’s leadership structure.

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