Afghanistan Cricket Board's CEO Lutfullah Stanikzai ended from the position on account of bungle, unacceptable execution and bad conduct with the board chiefs, the board affirmed on Monday.
Farhan Yousefzai, the director, has coordinated Stanikzai to hand over the entirety of his obligations by July 29 after a few verbal and composed alerts went futile. Cricbuzz comprehends Inamullah Shirzad is currently the leader to fill the position.
In the interim, ACB had additionally ended the agreement of their previous residential chief Hasti Gul Abed; after he was indicting for adulteration of records and theft during the 2018 Ghazi Amanullah Khan List-A competition. Abed had before served at different posts including ACB's household cricket chief for an all-inclusive timeframe; and had admitted and acknowledged the charges demanded against him.
The choice to end his residency has taken under Article 6 of ACB's Human Resources strategy; which empowers the end of workers whenever sentenced for defilement accusations and other such exercises.
ACB declared the post of official executive of the cricket board will report through open rivalry
ACB declared that the post of official executive of the cricket board will be reported through open rivalry; and an appropriate up-and-comer will be chosen keeping in see the standards and approaches of HR of the board.
In an announcement, the ACB affirmed on Monday that executive Farhan Yousefzai has coordinated Stanikzai to hand over the entirety of his duties by Wednesday after a few verbal and composed alerts went futile.
ACB said that Farhan Yousefzai who is the Chairman of the ACB is taking genuine note of the offenses. This has resulted in the end of Stanikzai from the CEO position. And he has exhorted him to hand-over the whole reports and hardware to the board till July 29, 2020.
According to the report of the sources Afghanistan national group cricketers had kept on their training. They have been training under safe conditions after the COVID-19 break. The practice included star spinner Rashid Khan. These cricketers have been training a month ago.
The ACB had shared photos of the players preparing with covers on; and keeping up social separating standards on their official Twitter handle.