Afghanistan Put Lifetime Ban on Theses Players See Here…..

Afghanistan Cricket Board decided to revoke the NOCs given to Naveen, Mujeeb and Farooqi after they wanted to opt out of the annual central contracts.

Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Fazalhaq Farooqi, and Naveen Ul Haq’s participation in the IPL was called into question after Afghanistan Cricket Board informed them that it’s NOCs (No Objection Certificates) would be immediately revoked in response to cricketers attempting to opt out of central contracts in favour of franchise leagues around the world. ACB further extended annual contracts based on recommendations of an investigation panel.

Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) announced in a statement that they have decided to delay awarding 2024 annual central contracts to national players Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Fazal Haq Farooqi, and Naveen Ul Haq Mureed due to their intentions of leaving their annual major agreements early. Furthermore, no objection certificates (NOCs) will be given until further notice,” read the ACB announcement.

Mujeeb will join Kolkata Knight Riders as an off-spinner at a base cost of Rs 2 crore. At the same time, pacers Naveen and Farooqi were picked up from respective franchises, such as Lucknow Super Giants and Sunrisers Hyderabad, respectively.

It will be interesting to see whether Mujeeb returns home, as his ACB committee has ordered an immediate suspension of all NOCs granted to three cricketers.

“ACB stated that their refusal to sign central contracts for these players was due to their involvement with commercial leagues, prioritising personal interests over playing for Afghanistan, which is considered a national responsibility.

By opting for their release, ACB intends on taking disciplinary measures against them,” according to their announcement.

“Three players formally informed the ACB of their intention to release themselves from the annual central contract effective January 1st, 2024, as well as seeking consent for participation in national events,” noted one committee member.

After conducting its investigation, the panel provided ACB’s top management with several suggestions as a result of its findings:

Starting January 1st, 2024, three players won’t be eligible to receive central contracts for one year; ACB will evaluate their participation in events as needed.

Delay in Awarded the No Objection Certificates (NOCs): These players will not be eligible to obtain NOCs over the next two years, and any issued will be immediately revoked.

Kolkata Knight Riders Have Formally Signed Mujeeb Ur Rahman at the IPL 2024 Auction

Afghan spinner Mujeeb Ur Rahman was acquired for a base price of Rs 2 crore during the Indian Premier League mini-auction The Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) held.

The skilled bowler was scheduled for an IPL comeback after three years. However, it remains to be determined if ACB will grant her an official NOC to participate.

Lucknow Super Giants Have Formally Signed Naveen-ul-Haq at the IPL 2024 Auction

Naveen-ul-Haq was acquired by The Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) ahead of the IPL 2023 season and enjoyed 11 wickets across eight matches at an average rate of 7.82 during last season – leading them back into his employment before auction day of IPL the mini-auction 2024.

Sun Risers Hyderabad Have Formally Signed Fazalhaq Farooqi at the IPL 2024 Auction

Fazalhaq Farooqi of Sun Risers Hyderabad (SRH) was another critical signing before the mini-auction. Bought for Rs 50 lakh, Farooqi has made two seasons’ worth of appearances at SRH, taking six wickets at an average cost of 8.96 over seven games thus far.


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