- The ACB boss says the Taliban are absolutely behind the event of cricket.
- The Taliban don’t have any “downside” with ladies’s participation in sport, he says.
- The state of affairs in Afghanistan is “nice”, there is no such thing as a combating, he provides.
Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) chairman Azizullah Fazli stated the Taliban-led authorities had not “formally” banned ladies’s sports activities, significantly cricket, amid hypothesis in regards to the newly shaped group’s issues with ladies’s participation in sport, declined.
“Now we have spoken to the main Taliban authorities officers and their stance is that there is no such thing as a official ban on ladies’s sports activities, particularly ladies’s cricket,” Fazli instructed Al Jazeera.
After the Taliban took over Afghanistan, there have been issues about ladies’s sports activities within the nation as a number of feminine athletes fled Kabul.
Fazli instructed the publication that the Taliban had no “downside” with ladies’s participation within the sport and that there was no official coverage to forestall them from taking part.
“However what we’d like to bear in mind is our faith and tradition. If ladies follow it [attire], taking part in sports activities actions isn’t any downside. Islam doesn’t permit ladies to put on shorts like the opposite groups do, particularly when enjoying soccer. Now we have to maintain that in thoughts, “stated the ACB boss.
In preparation for the nation’s upcoming T20 World Cup, he stated the crew had been coaching for the previous two months, even after the group took over Kabul. “They stated they help cricket and are absolutely behind the event of the sport.”
Fazli stated the Taliban had assured him that there could be “no political interference” in cricket and different sports activities.
He stated of the state of affairs within the nation that it was “nice” as a result of, aside from a number of remoted occasions, there was no ongoing combating. The ACB chief stated a number of folks have been killed on daily basis earlier than the group took the lead.
“The safety state of affairs is nice and the way forward for Afghan cricket is shiny,” stated Fazli.
When the ICC checked Afghanistan’s full membership standing, the ACB chief stated that the worldwide cricket federation had granted Kabul standing as early as 2017 – and that there is no such thing as a disclaimer within the occasion that there is no such thing as a ladies’s crew.
“After all we would like the crew,” he added.