Fri. Sep 18th, 2020
Afghanistan league: Team owner makes his T20 debut, gets banned after playing one match for misbehavior


Kabul Eagles proprietor Abdul Latif Ayobi has been banned from attending the Shpageeza tournament for misbehaving with the employees in the only match he has played so far.

Kabul Eagles won the Shpageeza Cricket League 2020. (@ACBofficials Photograph)

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Kabul Eagles proprietor was banned from attending Shpageeza tournament for misbehaving with employees
  • Ayoubi was currently beneath scrutiny for building an unlawful debut in Afghanistan T20 league
  • Kabul Eagles defeated the Mis-e-Ainak Knights in the ultimate to win the season

Afghanistan Cricket Board made the decision to ban Abdul Latif Ayobi, a forty-yr-previous proprietor of Kabul Eagles, a group in Afghanistan’s Shpageeza Cricket League, for misbehavior with the employees.

The bizarre incident took place in Afghanistan Cricket Board’s domestic T20 tournament, Shpageeza Cricket League 2020. The tournament featured 6 teams namely Mis Ainak Knights, Band-e-Amir Dragons, Amo Sharks, Speen Ghar Tigers, Kabul Eagles, and Enhance Defenders fighting for the title.

Abdul Latif Ayoubi, who owns a group named Kabul Eagles, manufactured debut as a player in the league for his group towards Speen Ghar Tigers on September 13. In accordance to different reviews, Ayoubi was concerned in a verbal spat with a commentator which resulted in the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) banning him immediately after enjoying just a single match.

ACB confirmed the information on their social media deal with as they tweeted, “@TheKabulEagles franchise proprietor Ab.Latif Ayobi is banned from attending the remainder of #Etisalat4GSCL2020 &amp fined 30000 AFNs for violation of Content articles 9 &amp18 of the ACB Disciplinary Code which discounts with misbehavior with Personnel or gamers, employing foul language &amp damaging home.”

Abdul Latif Ayoubi gave away sixteen runs in the only in excess of he bowled in Tigers’ complete of 142-eight in twenty overs. The Eagles went onto win the match chasing down the target in 17.five overs and manufactured it to Wednesday’s ultimate.

Ayoubi was “banned from attending the remainder” of the tournament, immediately after violating “Articles 9 &amp18 of the ACB Disciplinary Code, which discounts with “misbehaviour with Personnel or gamers, employing foul language &amp damaging home.”

Kabul Eagles defeated the Mis-e-Ainak Knights in the ultimate to win the season on Wednesday.



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