Salman Butt so often has collided and raised fingers on his selection on the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). The lad wants to be selected even after his fixing scandal as the national board keeps refraining him. He was selected in the domestic squad and his upcoming encounter was supposed to be the matches of the Quaid-e-Azam trophy 2020-21.
Salman has refused to take part and says that he knows his career has been diminished hence, it is useless to keep struggling without getting a chance in the national squad.
Here is why Salman Butt has left the Quaid-e-Azam trophy
“I played cricket with distinction and have scored heavily since my return. There has been a purpose to re-earn a place in the national side and the context of my performance is to play for the national team. I gave a serious thought and realistically I know they are not going to pick me. So I would rather explore something where I can contribute and excel to make a difference,” he said.
The player revealed that he will be taking over the coaching role which has come up as a reason for leaving the cricket forever from now on. On Nadeem Khan’s advice, the player is ready to take the new role.
“It’s tough to leave cricket and this is something nobody really prepared for, but then I am not going to play cricket forever. I always thought I will leave the day when I am a burden on the dressing room. I met with Nadeem Khan and he gave me some very good career advice, so I am withdrawing myself from the Central Punjab squad and taking up a commentary role for Quaid-e-Azam Trophy.”