Imran Khan turns down offer to mentor Peshawar Zalmi

Karachi—The Former Captain of Pakistan and Politician Imran Khan who was linked with the Peshawar franchise in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) which is led by Shahid Afridi has declined the request from Peshawar Zalmi to take up the role of Team Mentor in the inaugural edition of Pakistan Super League 2016.

A closely related to the World Cup winning captain of Pakistan told “Imran Khan has turned down the request because of his busy schedule and commitments elsewhere and in politics”

The Peshawar Zalmi franchise, led by the experienced all-rounder Shahid Afridi and their head coach Mohammed Akram had stated that Imran Khan will be their team mentor in the PSL.

The first season of Pakistan Super League will start from February 4th and will go on till February 24th and will be played in the United Arab Emirates.

Imran Khan has avoided any post in the cricket field either from the Pakistan Cricket Board or any other teams from the time he has retired from International Cricket.

Only during the year 2004, Imran Khan went to the National Cricket Academy when India toured Pakistan after 14 long years.

It was also told that the Peshawar Zalmi franchise has been conveyed that Imran Khan won’t be able to work with the franchise.

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