Muhammad Hafeez to reveal "amateur non-cricketing facts" about Pakistan's bad performances

Muhammad Hafeez to reveal "amateur non-cricketing facts" about Pakistan's bad performances

Hafeez's tenure was cut short to two months from 4 years due to the change in the cricket body's top leadership
Muhammad Hafeez to reveal "amateur non-cricketing facts" about Pakistan's bad performances

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16 Feb 2024

Former Pakistan skipper Muhammad Hafeez has broken his silence after parting ways with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) as team director.

In a post on the microblogging site X, the 43-year-old cricketer wrote: "I always prioritise and represent Pakistan with dignity and Pride. I accepted the new role as a Director PCB with great passion to make positive reforms."

The former cricketer revealed that his tenure as team director was cut short to two months from 4 years due to the change in the cricket body's top leadership.

"Unfortunately my designated tenure which was offered by PCB for 4 years was cut short for 2 months on account of New chairmanship," he said.

Furthermore, the former all-rounder asserted that he would reveal the facts behind the Pakistan cricket team's consecutive defeats.

"As always, I foremost take responsibility and put myself accountable for all my executions in my given time and will accordingly reveal all the cricketing and other amateur non-cricketing facts which ensue bad performances. Stay tuned"

Earlier, sources said that Hafeez expressed his desire to meet newly-appointed PCB chairman Mohsin Naqvi to submit his report about Pakistan's failed tour to Australia and New Zealand.

However, Naqvi didn’t give Hafeez time for the meeting.

According to sources, Hafeez parted ways with PCB as the cricket body was not interested in working with him.

Muhammad Hafeez was appointed as a team director on November 15, 2023. 

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