PSL Peshawar Is Close To My Heart Says Team Owner Javed Afridi

PSL Peshawar Is Close To My Heart Says Team Owner Javed Afridi, The Peshawar franchise in the upcoming Pakistan Super League PSL has the potential to be both a profit centre as well as a platform for corporate branding, says its owner. A franchise cricket team in Pakistan carries enormous potential both in terms of ROI Return on Investment and ROO Return on Objective says Javed Afridi CEO-HNR Company Haier Manufacturing Unit.

PSL Peshawar Is Close To My Heart Says Team Owner Javed Afridi

And in his view both objectives are going to be met in his $16-million acquisition of Team Peshawar despite the city being in one of the most disturbed areas of Pakistan. Like any business yes the investment upfront is going to be significant but for us a PSL team makes sense commercially in the middle-to-long term as well Afridi told this correspondent.

Peshawar is close to my heart PSL Team owner Javed Afridi

PSL Peshawar Is Close To My Heart Says Team Owner Javed Afridi

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The central revenue will be equally distributed amongst the five teams he says while declining to share the details. But the model makes lucrative business sense for us. In the course of an extensive interaction over email with this reporter Afridi whose cousin Shahid captains Pakistans T20 squad also touched upon a gamut of issues including plans for his native Peshawar using Haiers PSL foray as the springboard.

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Peshawar is close to my heart PSL Team owner Javed Afridi

Peshawar and KPK are close to my heart and I want to develop the infrastructure around the game in my homeland he says. For a region that has been traumatised for more than a decade due to global socio-political upheavals this team is a tribute to the spirit of survival the commitment to stay happy in the face of adversity and the enthusiasm to highlight ones true identity.

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