New Delhi. Today the craze for cricket in the world is such that everyone wants to become a cricketer. Some like the lifestyle of cricketers, while others like their skills. The game of cricket is not only popular in India, but its craze is increasing day by day in our neighboring country Afghanistan too. Recently a news has come out from Afghanistan. Actually, Afghanistan Cricket Board has taken major action against three of its players. Afghanistan Cricket Board has banned Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Naveen Ul Haq and Fazal Haq Farooqui from playing franchise cricket for two years. The board has taken this decision considering the attitude of the three players and it is being said that these players are playing more for themselves than for their country.
While giving information about not giving NOC to the three players for two years, Afghanistan Cricket Board said that the players pay more attention in the commercial league and are not giving so much importance to national duty i.e. playing for Afghanistan, hence this decision. Has been taken. Not only this, the board has also reconsidered stopping the central contracts of these players. The Afghanistan Cricket Board formed a committee in this matter, according to a member of which, the three players had informed the board about their decision and expressed their desire to be released from the central contract of January 1, 2024. It was also requested that his consent be taken for his participation in national events.
Can its impact be seen on IPL also?
Mini auctions of Indian Premier League i.e. IPL have also taken place. All the players from India and abroad have been bought in different teams. And now when the Afghanistan Cricket Board has refused to give NOC to these three players to play with any franchise for 2 years, it is possible that you may not see these three players playing in the IPL.
Let us tell you that all three Afghanistan cricketers play in IPL. This time Mujeeb Ur Rahman has been bought by Kolkata Knight Riders for Rs 2 crore. Whereas, Naveen Ul Haq and Fazalhaq Farooqui were already retained by Lucknow Super Giants and Sunrisers Hyderabad.