Shaheen Afridi: Stunning Report Claims Pak Pacer 'Misbehaved' With Coaches During T20 World Cup

Shaheen Shah Afridi, known for his fiery pace and match-winning performances, reportedly behaved inappropriately with the coaching staff during recent tours. The specifics of these incidents have not been fully disclosed, but they are said to include instances of disrespect and non-compliance with team protocols. As a result, Pakistan's team manager has also been hauled up.
Shaheen Afridi: Stunning Report Claims Pak Pacer Allegedly 'Misbehaved' With Coaches

Shaheen Afridi allegedly misbehaved with coaches.

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Shaheen Afridi, Pakistan's star pacer, is currently the centre of serious controversy. Reports have surfaced alleging that he 'misbehaved' with coaches and management staff during recent tours, including the T20 World Cup, raising concerns about his conduct. The revelation comes against the backdrop of ongoing measures being taken by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).
According to a report published in Geo News, Afridi's behaviour towards the coaching staff was deemed inappropriate. However, details surrounding the specifics of the "misconduct" remain unclear.
Furthermore, reports suggest that the team managers failed to take any disciplinary action against Afridi during these tours.
The report also claimed that manager Mansoor Rana is being investigated as to why action was not taken against Shaheen despite his alleged misconduct.
Earlier in the day, reports emerged from Pakistan that Wahab Riaz and Abdul Razzaq were dropped from the national selection committee following Pakistan's cricket team's dismal performance in the T20 World Cup 2024. Riaz was a member of the men's selection committee, whereas Razzaq was part of the selection committees for both men's and women's teams.
According to reports in the Pakistani media, the pair exerted significant influence in selecting the T20 World Cup squad, showing more support to underperforming players.
“Their influence was significant in the selection of the T20 World Cup squad, and they showed more support to players who did not perform well,” Geo quoted sources as saying.??
Riaz then took to social media to voice his ire and slammed the reports.
"I don't agree with the statements being discussed about adding pressure to the members of the selection committee; how can 1 vote dominate 6? Everything is documented on record in the meeting minutes," Riaz wrote on X.
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