Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB)

T20 World Cup 2021: Andy Flower Joins Afghanistan Team as Consultant

The 53-year-old has already joined the Afghan team bio-bubble.

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Former Afghanistan Women’s Cricket Chief Pleads World Cricket For Support: Don’t Punish Men’s Team

The Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) last week urged Australia not to punish its men's team, saying it was "powerless to change the culture and religious environment of Afghanistan".

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Rashid Khan Steps Down as Afghanistan Captain After ACB Names T20 World Cup 2021 Squad; Mohammad Nabi to Lead

Rashid decided to step down from captaincy after the spinner claimed that his "consent" was not obtained before announcing the squad for T20 World Cup slated to be played in UAE and Oman.

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Taliban Says Women in Afghanistan Won’t be Allowed to Play Sport, Including Cricket

In November 2020, twenty-five female cricketers were awarded central contracts by the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB).

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Afghanistan Players To Extend Caribbean Premier League Stay

Rashid Khan, Mohammad Nabi, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Naveen-ul-Haq, Najibullah Zadran and Zahir Khan are the six players currently in the Caribbean who have been allowed to extend their stay there till the end of the CPL.

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Afghanistan Cricket Team Appoints Raees Ahmadzai as Director of Cricket

Ahmadzai was a part of the Afghanistan team that progressed to the 2009 ICC World Cup qualifiers and later gained ODI status.

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COVID-19 Impact: Pay Cut For Lance Klusener as Afghanistan Cricket Board Slashes Salaries

"This is part of our cost-saving strategy as we have been also impacted by the Covid-19 crisis," ACB chief executive.

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