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Shahzad suspended for indefinite period

The Daily Star – Bangladesh – The Afghanistan Cricket Board has suspended Mohammad Shahzad’s contract for an indefinite period due to a breach of the board’s code of conduct, according to CricInfo.

Summary

  • The Afghanistan Cricket Board has suspended Mohammad Shahzad’s contract for an indefinite period due to a breach of the board’s code of conduct, according to CricInfo.
  • Shahzad did not adhere to a policy that requires players to seek the board’s permission before travelling out of the country, a press release from ACB said.
  • In addition, the ACB said Shahzad had been summoned to meet the board’s disciplinary committee on July 20 and 25, “in relation to a disciplinary matter during the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019”, and had failed to show up.
  • Shahzad is based in Peshawar, Pakistan, and was recently seen practising there.
  • Last year, the ACB had fined Shahzad and asked him to relocate to Afghanistan permanently or risk having his contract terminated.


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