Pakistan Captain Shahid Afridi Writes An Open Letter to his Fans: Retirement

Pakistan Captain Shahid Afridi Writes an open letter his fans about his Retirement and thanking all the supporters who helped him. He stated that the pakistan team which lost Asia Cup and ICC WT20 2016. The Fans were disappointed seeing the team performance from Asia Cup to World T20 match. Shahid Afridi who told that, we could not fulfill the fans expectation this time, we tried our level best in entertaining the fans. The team arrived at Lahore Airport Pakistan after, their disqualify in qualifiers match of T20 World Cup.

Shahid Afridi Writes An Open Letter to His Fans
Shahid Afridi Writes An Open Letter to his Fans About Retirement

Shahid Afridi Retirement note which brought fans to disappointment. The player told about the teams performance was good but, unfortunately we are unlucky in qualifying semi-final. Shahid who clearly written an open letter to fans about his retirement.

Shahid Afridi Writes An Open Letter to his Fans About Retirement

Note: This is a satirical article written solely for purposes of humor and has no intention of hurting anyone. The use of English in this article is, however, completely intentional.

Dear all,

At first, I would like to thank the Almighty for his blessings and gifts. Then I would like to say thanks to Maggi noodles for their support and love, they were always with me even when my missus wasn’t. With the blessings of the Almighty I had a wonderful career, not one or two, but more than 5 careers I think because I don’t remember how many times I retire and come back. More than that I love how the explosions of the crackers happen in my area in Pakistan when I come to bat.

Yes, my neighbors are always glued to the television when I come to bat. That’s how much they love me, I think Indians can never have hearts as big as Pakistanis. Baju-wali aunty says that she loves to watch me bat because she never misses the serial also. The reason I am writing this letter to you is not only to express my thanks but also give hints about my future.

The question in the media is running whether I will retire or not. They ask me this question in India and I said I will make a decision when I am in Pakistan. Actually, I have made my decision already. I will retire from the game. Yes, I know you are sad, but don’t give up hope. You all know that I am only getting younger every year and so when I am thinking that I am young enough again, I will come back from retirement. I am very tired now. I am feeling like an old man after all the things we had to go through.

We played very bad in Asia Cup and now World T20, but the worst part was listening to Rameez Bhai’s commentary because sometimes we feel that he likes to make the perverted statement with the purpose. My career was nice. I had the support of Inzi Bhai and Waqar Bhai and Wasim Bhai, but most importantly I had the support of Maggi noodles. Before going out to bat, I always put the noodles in boiling water and then went to the field. It was making me unhappy to see it not be ready once I returned after 2 minutes.

Many times I decided to sue them for their 2 minute Maggi slogan, but I am loving them too much to do that. Anyways, now I would like to end this pointless letter, which I don’t know why I am writing, may be to show my good English. Take care, bye. And thanks, my *****!


Boom Boom Shahid Afridi.