Former Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar has made sensational revelations one after the other in an interview given to a local TV channel. The 47-year-old Akhtar told that in 2002 he turned down the offer to become the captain of Pakistan.
Apart from this, Akhtar told that he wants to become the PCB chairman. Talking about becoming the PCB chairman, Akhtar said, ‘I want to become the PCB chairman and want to make superstars for Pakistan. I want to produce 50 superstars for my country. I want to increase its number to 100, 200 and 2000, I believe in Pakistan cricket a lot and aspire to serve Pakistan cricket.’
Why did you turn down from the captaincy -:
Former fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar, who took 444 international wickets, made another disclosure that he had got a chance to captain the Pakistan team in 2002, but he turned down the offer. Akhtar gave the reason for not accepting the captaincy offer.
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Shoaib Akhtar, popularly known as Rawalpindi Express, said that he was not fully fit to play all the matches. Akhtar turned down the offer of captaincy keeping team interest ahead of himself. Akhtar, who made his debut under Wasim Akram in 1997, played under several Pakistani captains during his career.
Bad management of the board -:
Shoaib Akhtar said, ‘I was not fit to play all the matches. I could play three out of five matches, I was offered the captaincy in 2002, but then if I had played all the matches, I would have played only for a year or two. I have been supportive of my teammates, but the board was very temporary. Management was not right across the board, Pakistan was also facing bad management at that time.’