Afghan coach banned for five years

Afghan coach banned for five years

The Afghanistan Cricket Board ACB has banned Afghan assistant coach Noor Mohammad for five years over allegations of corruption in domestic cricket. The anti-corruption unit of the ACB had brought charges against him for violating four anti-corruption sections.

Nur has even accepted the four allegations brought against him. The ACB said, “Noor has violated the anti-corruption clause and has been banned. In 2019, he persuaded a national team cricketer to do spot-fixing in several matches in the Shapagiza Cricket League. Nur has accepted all the allegations brought against him. He also assisted in the investigation of the ACB. As a result, his punishment has been reduced a lot. The maximum punishment for this crime is life ban.

Syed Anwar Shah Quraishi, the ACB’s anti-corruption officer, praised the complaining cricketer. He thinks that without the cooperation of that cricketer, the investigation of this incident would not have been possible.

The anti-corruption official believes that the cricketer has shown signs of professionalism by rejecting the fixing offer and quickly informing the ACB about the fixing offer.

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