May 16, 2022

‘How a staff like that can be permitted in an ICC party is tough to see’: Paine on Afghanistan’s T20 Globe Cup participation | Cricket

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  • Captain of Australia’s Test team Tim Paine feels teams could possibly be unwilling to engage in towards Afghanistan at the T20 Globe Cup.

Revealed ON SEP 11, 2021 06:04 PM IST

Not extended immediately after Cricket Australia determined that they could be forced to contact off the just one-off Test towards Afghanistan if women of all ages are not allowed to go after a career in athletics below the Taliban regime, captain of Australia’s Examination workforce Tim Paine feels groups could be hesitant to perform from Afghanistan at the T20 Globe Cup.

Afghanistan named its squad for the T20 World Cup, with Rashid Khan as captain but the all-rounder stepped down from the submit, indicating the turmoil the board finds alone in. Also, Paine is stunned that the ICC is still to make a assertion of any form on the total development.

“I don’t think we want to be involved with nations around the world that are taking possibilities or things off basically 50 % their population. It really is sad,” Paine said on his SEN radio display.

“We’ve heard absolutely nothing from the ICC, which is intriguing provided there is a T20 Environment Cup in just more than a month’s time. I might picture it is unattainable [for Afghanistan to take part] if teams are pulling out of taking part in versus them and governments are not permitting them vacation to our shores.

The Check match in between Australia and Afghanistan, which was to be performed in Hobart from November 27 is all but scrapped as of this second, as Paine remains skeptical of Afghanistan’s participation at the ICC party, where by they are pooled with India, New Zealand, Pakistan and runner up of Group A Qualifying and winner of Group B qualifying.

“How a group like that can be allowed to engage in in an ICC-sanctioned event is heading to be very, pretty challenging to see,” Paine additional.


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