Dubai. The ICC can take a big decision next week regarding the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB). After the rule of the Taliban, there has been a complete ban on women’s sports. The ICC has formed a working group to review Afghanistan, which includes the Pakistan Cricket Board. (PCB) Chairman Ramiz Raja are also included. This group will be headed by Imran Khawaja. It also includes Ross McCullum, Lawson Naidoo and Raja. This group will report to the ICC in the coming months. Afghanistan’s full membership is in danger if women’s cricket is not restored.
There has been uncertainty about Afghanistan cricket after the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan. Taliban opposed women’s cricket, due to which its men’s team Australia The only Test against was postponed. ICC President Greg Barkley said: “The ICC Board remains committed to continuing to support Afghanistan Cricket for the development of men’s and women’s cricket. We are closely monitoring the situation and will take a decision accordingly.
This issue will be discussed in the meeting next week.
ICC Interim Chief Executive Geoff Edarlis said that we will get a report about Afghanistan in the meeting next week. This will let you know how things are progressing. They are going through many changes within the country. He said that cricket is being played continuously and we have also supported him. His players have done well too. On Afghanistan’s attitude to women players, Allardyce said that our goal is to see both men and women playing cricket in Afghanistan.
She said that the best way to connect women to the game is to stay connected with the cricket board and try to influence them through the board. It is known that after the coming of the Taliban regime, there are frequent changes in the board. for T20 world Rashid Khan was made the captain, but he resigned from the post due to not being included in the team selection. After this the responsibility was given to Mohammad Nabi.