Bangladesh lifts Ashraful restriction from residential cricket
DHAKA: Bangladesh’s cricket powers Saturday in part lifted the prohibition on previous skipper Mohammad Ashraful, permitting him to play in chose local rivalries, authorities said.
Ashraful was at first banned for a long time in 2014 after he mournfully admitted on national TV to altering matches in the outrage hit Bangladesh Premier League.
“Mr Ashraful is qualified to play residential cricket from the thirteenth August 2016.However, he will be ineligible to play International cricket or the BPL (until 2018)”
The Twenty20 competition was in the end left suspended in the wake of the match-altering discussion before being continued in 2015 with six new establishments.
A nearby offer board in September 2014 slice Ashraful’s boycott to five years including a two-year suspended sentence, which means he can come back to aggressive cricket from August 2016.
The BCB and the ICC had held up an engage the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Lausanne, Switzerland against his lessened boycott in October 2014, however later pulled back it.
“Mr Ashraful is qualified to play household cricket from the thirteenth August 2016.However, he will be ineligible to play International cricket or the BPL (until 2018),” said Yasin Patel, a British legal advisor who spoke to Ashraful amid the trial.
BCB CEO Nizamuddin Chowdhury said they were presently sitting tight for an ICC reaction to decide, which local rivalries Ashraful will be permitted to play.
“Ashraful’s boycott will be lifted on August 13,” Chowdhury told AFP on Friday.
“We have now requested an illumination from the ICC, unmistakably indicating which rivalries he will be permitted to play.” An ICC representative declined to make any remark.
Ashraful, Test cricket’s most youthful century-producer, made his presentation at the national level at 17 years old.
He has played 61 Tests, 177 One-Day Internationals, and 23 T20 universal matches.
ICC hostile to debasement examiners found the altering trick subsequent to being requested that by Bangladesh powers screen the lucrative T20 competition.