The Afghanistan cricket workforce is ready to renew coaching with a month-long camp in Kabul.
Afghanistan cricketers are all set to start a month-long coaching camp in Kabul with a 22-member squad. The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Sunday took to Twitter and stated, “Afghanistan are set to resume training. A 22-man squad will take part in a month-long training camp in Kabul!” The Afghanistan Cricket Board’s (ACB) management on June 2 mentioned the resumption of coaching with skipper Asghar Afghan and head coach Lance Klusener. Earlier, Afghanistan Cricket Board, in a tweet, had stated that the coaching camp might be held this month within the nationwide capital whereas adhering to the rule of thumb of the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the nation’s Ministry of Public Health amid the coronavirus pandemic.
“ACB leadership held a video conference with Head Coach Lance Klusener, Chief Selector Andy Moles, Skipper Asghar Afghan and some ACB officials as they discussed the training camp in June which shall be held in Kabul as per guidelines by WHO and Ministry of Public Health,” the Board had tweeted.
Cricket Australia, on May 28, introduced its 2020-2021 males’s and girls’s worldwide schedule.
As per the schedule, Australia will tackle Afghanistan in a one-off Test at Perth Stadium, starting from November 21.
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