Afghanistan Cricket

Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) is fast becoming a headache for the members of the International Cricket Council (ICC).

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Afghanistan Cricket

While women's cricket in the country has always been a concern, there are now issues over administrative setup too.

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Afghanistan Cricket

If the ICC announced the appointment of a Working Group to review the status of the ACB, it was not without a pressing reason.

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Afghanistan Cricket

For the November 16 meeting of the ICC Board, representatives from two factions landed up in Dubai.

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Afghanistan Cricket

The ICC Board immediately formed a panel, with deputy chairman Imran Khwaja as head and Ross McCollum (Ireland), Lawson Naidoo (South Africa) and Ramiz Raja (Pakistan) as members

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Before that the ICC board did recognise either group. For the record, on the ICC website, there is no mention of a director from the ACB - it says TBC (To be confirmed).

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The ICC would not go beyond the statement issued after the Board meeting but insiders say the ACB members have to put their act together.

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ICC chair Greg Barclay said: "The ICC Board is committed to continuing to support Afghanistan Cricket to develop both men's and women's cricket moving forward.

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We believe the most effective way for this to happen will be to support our Member in its efforts to achieve this through its relationship with the new government."

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