Shahid Afridi wants to be the new power-hitter coach for the national squad. As a power-hitting coach, he said it would be an honour to assist Pakistan cricket in whatever capacity (PCB).
The 46-year-old said he is ready to join the PCB. Former Pakistani international, he would never refuse a coaching post from the PCB.
An opening at the National High-Performance Center in Lahore was recently announced by PCB. The coach will help athletes improve their power hitting. Assisting the players on the world stage
Afridi will retire from the PSL in 2022. Afridi will play for Quetta Gladiators. After that, he’ll retire from all types of cricket.