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National Duty vs Foreign Leagues Afghan Cricketers

National Duty vs. Foreign Leagues Afghan Cricketers Count the Cost. It cost 3 players of the Afghanistan cricket team to seek permission to participate in foreign leagues instead of prioritizing national duty.

The Afghanistan Cricket Board has decided not to issue NOCs to play in foreign leagues for the next two years after taking action against the three players of the Afghanistan cricket team, Mujibur Rehman, Fazalul Haq Farooqui, and Naveen Haq, for violation of discipline.

According to the Afghanistan Cricket Board statement, the three players refused to sign the central contract and requested permission to participate in foreign leagues instead of prioritizing national duty.

The Afghan board says that while taking disciplinary action against the three players, it has also decided not to issue NOCs to play in foreign leagues for the next two years and not to give them central contracts for the time being.

According to the Afghanistan Cricket Board, the new central contracts of the players will come into effect from January 1, 2024.

Read More: The Emirates League has imposed a 20-month ban on Afghan fast bowler Naveen-ul-Haq

 

The International T20 League of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has imposed a 20-month ban on Afghan fast bowler Naveen-ul-Haq for violating the contract.

According to media reports, the administration of UAE ILT20 has imposed a 20-month ban on Afghan fast bowler Naveen-ul-Haq for refusing to play despite the contract.

Naveen-ul-Haq had signed a contract with the ILT Twenty20 team Sharjah Warriors.

The second edition of the ILT Twenty League will be played in January next year, due to the ban, Afghan fast bowlers will not be able to participate in the 2024 and 2025 ILT Twenty League.

Naveen-ul-Haq has signed a contract with Durban Supergiants, the owner of IPL team Lucknow Supergiants, which is a team of the South African T20 League and the South African T20 League will be played alongside the UAE league.

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