MIRANSHAH: Pakistan’s former flamboyant all-rounder Shahid Khan Afridi on Thursday stated he needs to arrange a cricket academy in Karachi however were given no reaction from the Sindh executive when he sought its lend a hand in this regard.
Afridi, who performed a fit arranged by the Pakistan military in North Waziristan, shared his long run plan with senior journalist Hamid Mir.
Asked why the Sindh executive failed to reply to his request, the previous captain stated the Sindh executive may not be .
“I had asked Sindh executive for a cricket academy, however won no reaction. My plan is to build an academy the place English, arithmetic and different topics may also be taught in conjunction with cricket,” he stated.
He stated he intends to choose 50 to 60 kids from around the nation and convey them to his academy the place they might obtain schooling and cricket coaching.
Hamid Mir also referred to as on Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah to heed the request made by Afrid, who if asked, would even go back and forth to North Waziristan to be offering his products and services.
@SAfridiRespectable want some consideration from Sindh Govt @BBhuttoZardari @MuradAliShahCM percent.twitter.com/WmKUwcpYDa
— Hamid Mir (@HamidMirPAK) September 21, 2017