Azizullah Fazli is expected to be reinstated as director of the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB). Fazli led cricket until 2019, including at the World Cup in the UK, and will succeed Farhan Yousefzai.
As per the ACB’s constitution, the President of the nation is the Patron-in-Chief and the administrator is the top of the board. All things considered, notwithstanding, the focal authority is the CEO and is accountable for the tasks and organization of cricket. Dr. Hamid Shinwari is the current CEO of the board.
ACB authorities are cheerful about the sport of cricket in the conflict torn country and are centered around the impending reciprocal series against Pakistan in Sri Lanka. The three-match ODI series, which has been moved from the UAE, is set to happen in Hambantota from September 1 to 5.
The Sri Lanka Cricket Board (SLC), on a basic level, have consented to give authorization for the scene yet the ACB are as yet anticipating the endorsement. Cricbuzz gets that if the series doesn’t go on for reasons unknown, the dates of Shpageeza Cricket League, Afghanistan’s homegrown T20 rivalry set to be held in Kabul, could be progressed.
As far as groundwork for the Pakistan series, Afghanistan have effectively held two ability advancement camps as of late, one for 15 days and another for 14 days, and furthermore have their eyes set on the T20 World Cup later in the year.
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