Karachi, June 22 : Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi, who had retired last month following clashes with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), has now said that he will try to make an international cricket comeback after improvement in the cricket board’s management.
“I still have lot of top cricket left in me, but it all depends on the circumstances. I am clear in my mind that I still have lot to offer to the national team,” Afridi said.
“The moment conditions improve in the team management and administration I will try to make a comeback. Right now, I just feel that the environment and conditions is not conducive for me to play international cricket,” he added.
The PCB had fined Afridi 4.5 million rupees for breaching various clauses of the central contract, The News reports.
However, they have issued a no-objection certificate (NOC) to the former captain, which will make him available to play for England county Hampshire in the ongoing Friends Life Twenty20 league. (ANI)