September 16, 2020 8:26:55 pm
In an uncommon chain of occasions, the 40-year-old owner of Kabul Eagles, a workforce in Afghanistan’s Shpageeza Cricker League, made an impromptu look for his workforce in a match this week. However, he was banned from the rest of the event by the Afghanistan Cricket Board for misbehaviour a day later.
Abdul Latif Ayoubi, the 40-year-old owner of Kabul Eagles, made the enjoying XI for his workforce for the match in opposition to Speen Ghar Tigers on September 13.
Bowling ‘medium fast’, Ayoubi bowled simply the one over, giving freely 16 runs in Tigers’ complete of 142-8 in 20 overs. The Eagles received the match chasing down the goal in 17.5 overs and made it to Wednesday’s remaining.
@TheKabulEagles franchise owner Ab.Latif Ayobi is banned from attending the rest of #Etisalat4GSCL2020 & fined 30000 AFNs for violation of Articles 9 &18 of the ACB Disciplinary Code which offers with misbehavior with Staff or gamers, utilizing foul language & damaging property.
— Afghanistan Cricket Board (@ACBofficials) September 14, 2020
Ayoubi’s debut ended in a win for his workforce, however he was “banned from attending the remainder” of the event, after violating “Articles 9 &18 of the ACB Disciplinary Code, which deals with “misbehaviour with Staff or players, using foul language & damaging property.”
— Afghanistan Cricket Board (@ACBofficials) September 16, 2020
On Wednesday, the Kabul Eagles beat the Mis-e-Ainak Knights in the ultimate to win the season.
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