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It would be a mistake to take away Afridi's captaincy, said Afridi's father-in-law

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After Babar Azam stepped down from the captaincy after the ODI World Cup in November last year, Shaheen was given the responsibility of T20. Under his leadership, Pakistan played a five-match T20I series in New Zealand in January, where Shahin's team managed to win only one match. After recent major changes in PCB's top brass and selection committee and Shaheen's team Quetta Gladiators' collapse in the PSL, questions about his leadership have intensified.

While announcing the new selection committee this week, regarding the future of captain Afridi, PCB chief Naqvi said, 'I don't even know who will be the captain. Whether Shaheen will continue or a new one will come will be decided after the fitness camp.' Shaheen's father-in-law Shahid Afridi spoke to the media on Tuesday about the rumors of taking over Shaheen's leadership. Commenting on the need to give enough time to evaluate the leadership of son-in-law Shaheen, the former captain said, 'If you give someone the captaincy, you need to give him time. The biggest problem in our cricketers is that when there is a change in the board, there is also a change in the management of the team. Whoever comes, whatever I am doing, I am doing well for Pakistan cricket.'

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