The Gentleman's Game

Cricket is called 'The Gentleman's Game' as many former stars enjoy their life after retirement by earning a lot of money to part with their knowledge.

But some lives ruined

While some cricketers are enjoying their life, there are many former cricketers whose lives were ruined after their retirement from the sport.

There are former players from Pakistan, New Zealand, Sri Lanka and Pakistan who have had to work very hard to feed themselves after retiring.

Retirement is expensive

After retirement, a former New Zealand player drives a truck and a Sri Lankan player was seen driving a bus.
Here is the full list.

Some driving public transport

Sri Lanka's former star Suraj Randiv has also played with former India captain MS Dhoni. But after retiring, he was seen driving a bus.

Suraj Randiv

Former New Zealand player Chris Cairns retired from cricket in 2004. But after suffering losses in the diamond business, he was seen driving and washing trucks.

Chris Cairns

Another former Kiwis star, Matthew Sinclair announced his retirement in the year 2013. After his retirement, he was working for a real estate company.

Mathew Sinclair

Former Pakistan fast bowler Arshad Khan retired after playing 58 ODIs and nine Test matches. He was seen driving a taxi after his retirement.

Arshad Khan

Adam Hollioke, who was a brilliant all-rounder in his era, had to face financial troubles. He worked in mixed martial arts for his family.

Adam Hollioake

But some lives ruined

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