ACB Revised Stand On Mujeeb Farooqui And Naveen-ul-Haq

ACB Revised Stand On Mujeeb Farooqui And Naveen-ul-Haq, Cricbuzz Live long as they pledge a “full commitment to national duties and ACB’s interests,” the three players—Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Fazal Haq Farooqi, and Naveen Ul Haq—are now qualified to sign central contracts and compete in franchise leagues, per an amendment to the sanctions set by the Afghanistan Cricket Board. Mujeeb, Naveen-ul-Haq, and Fazalhaq Farooqi had all refused to sign the central contract for 2024. As a result, the ACB decided to delay the announcement of the national contracts and refused to grant them No Objection Certificates for two years.

ACB Revised Stand On Mujeeb Farooqui And Naveen-ul-Haq

Mujeeb Left For Afghanistan After Meeting With Board

Mujeeb left for Afghanistan after meeting with the board, but Farooqi and Naveen skipped the T20I series against the UAE to play in the Big Bash League. Mujeeb’s tenure in the BBL came to an end as a result of the ACB withdrawing his NOC. When the Afghanistan roster for the Twenty20 International Cricket Series against India was revealed, the 22-year-old was eventually added back to the squad.

The players took an unconditional approach to the board, expressing their desire to represent their country once more, according to the ACB. A designated committee then conducted anin-depth inquiry and made suggestions, including the creation of limited NOCs subject to national control, the issuance of a formal final warning, and a deduction from their match expenses and/or monthly revenues.

 Players took an “unconditional approach” to the board

The players took an “unconditional approach” to the board, expressing their desire to represent their country once more, according to the ACB. After that, a designated committee conducted a “thorough investigation” and came up with recommendations. These included giving them a final written warning, taking money out of their match fees and/or monthly earnings, restricting the number of NOCs that could prioritize their national duty, and awarding central contracts while keeping a close eye on their behavior and performance at events.

“The players have undoubtedly contributed to the team’s success and have performed admirably when serving their nation. We hope they won’t create any more annoyances of this kind in the future because we expect them to represent the country with respect,” ACB chairman Mirwais Ashraf said.

No one is exempt from this, so everyone must follow the rules because the ACB and the regulations come before us all. However, such circumstances will be addressed more seriously since we cherish the organization’s and Afghanistan Cricket’s reputation,” he said.

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