Kamran Akmal, a wicketkeeper and batsman, has stated that he will no longer participate in any type of cricket going forward.
In a press conference here on Tuesday, Kamran stated that he is now focusing on new jobs with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).
In response, Kamran, who was named to the national men’s selection committee alongside Yasir Hameed and Mohammad Sami, with Haroon Rashid as chairman, stated, “Obviously, I won’t be playing cricket for much longer due to new positions in the PCB.”
I’ll play in minor leagues, but it will also rely on my responsibilities in a new position that the PCB has assigned to me, he added.
Kamran also refused to accept responsibility for his expulsion from the cricket squad.
The right-hander, who has 1972 runs in 74 innings and is the second-highest run scorer in PSL history, was not chosen in any of the previous eight editions’ players’ draught.
He has been the batting coach for Peshawar Zalmi for a week.
The batsman last played an international match in the West Indies in 2017, when he represented Pakistan in 53 Tests, 157 ODIs, and 58 T20Is.