Nadeem Omar, the owner of the Quetta Gladiators, has intimated that Sarfaraz Ahmed, the franchise’s captain in the upcoming seventh season of the Pakistan Super League, may be replaced by another player (PSL). In a recent interview, Omar stated that experienced all-rounder Shahid Afridi could be named as their next captain.
Prior to this, Omar revealed that Shahid Afridi has voiced his intention to play for the Quetta Gladiators in the Pakistan Super League 7, bringing his three-year stint with the current champions Multan Sultans to an end. The Pakistan Super League (PSL) has been running for six years, and Afridi has previously played for three different franchises. He played for Peshawar Zalmi for the first two seasons before joining Karachi Kings for the third season of Pakistan Super League.
Quetta Gladiators’ sister club, the Galle Gladiators, who compete in the Lanka Premier League, has also been a part of Afridi’s professional career, according to Omar. As for Afridi, he stated that the franchise would welcome him with open arms and that they would be thrilled if the renowned all-rounder decided to join them.
As for replacing Sarfaraz as the captain of the franchise, Omar stated that if he were to decide to stand down from the position, the team would pick Shahid Afridi as the new captain of the franchise.
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