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Cheers as Afridi takes back retirement decision

Posted by on Tuesday, October 18, 2011, 16:14
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KARACHI: Former Pakistan cricket captain and all-rounder, Shahid Khan Afridi has withdrawn his decision to get retirement from the international cricket.

“My services are available at all times for Pakistan cricket team. I have no lust for any office, I have always thought of the national interest,” the famed cricketer spoke to media at Karachi University.

His decision came six days after new Pakistan Cricket Board chairman – Zaka Ashraf – assumed the office.

Afridi has announced retirement following his disputes with former PCB supremo Ejaz Butt and Pakistan coach Waqar Younus.

The skipper has led the country to World Cup 2011 semifinal against India, the sensational match Pakistan lost after a nail-biting fight.

Afridi’s fans and cricket-lovers across the country are happy on the decision.

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