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Afghanistan Chief Selector Asadullah Khan Quits Alleging Interference from Non-Cricketers

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Chief selector of Afghanistan cricket, Asadullah Khan has resigned from his place alleging interference from non-cricketers within the board.

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  • Last Updated:August 01, 2021, 17:42 IST
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KARACHI: Chief selector of Afghanistan cricket, Asadullah Khan has resigned from his place alleging interference from non-cricketers within the board. Afghanistan is about to play Pakistan of their first-ever bilateral ODI sequence in Sri Lanka subsequent month and Khan mentioned the 17-member squad for the match was introduced with out his approval.

According to studies, Khan’s resignation has been accepted by the Afghanistan Cricket Board.

The Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) had lately introduced that Hashmatullah Shahidi would lead the nationwide group towards Pakistan with 5 uncapped gamers within the squad: Sediqullah Atal, Shahidullah Kamal, Abdul Rahman, Fazalhaq Farooqi and Noor Ahmad.

Khan, a former home cricketer, coach and analyst, mentioned in his resignation that he had been stored at the hours of darkness in regards to the squad introduced for the sequence towards Pakistan. He has additionally cited “an excessive amount of interruption” and interference from “non-cricketers” within the board, who’ve “no data in regards to the gamers and choice” as the primary causes for his choice to step down.

Reports mentioned Khan had additionally complained to the ACB that he was not given the folks he needed to work with as selectors since his appointment in March this yr.

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