The Afghan Cricket Committee stated that former Zimbabwe captain and England coach Andy Flower has been appointed as the adviser of the Afghan national team for the T20 World Cup.
During his time at the helm from 2009 to 2014, Flor played a key role in guiding the England team to victory in the 2010 T20 World Cup.
“We are very happy that Andy has joined ACB. Andy has completed various franchises with many of our players. His rich experience will be very beneficial and useful to help the team participate in the World Cup,” ACB Chairman Azizullah Fazli said in a statement. Said in a statement. statement.
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Before becoming a coach, Flower represented Zimbabwe in 63 tests and 213 ODIs. He has worked with the England team and has held multiple coaching positions in various franchises and T20 leagues around the world, including IPL, CPL, PSL and The Million.
Afghanistan team Depart from Kabul to Qatar on October 6.
Mohamed Nabi, who will be the captain of Afghanistan at the ICC T20 World Cup, said: “The team has started training in Qatar to adapt to the weather. They are waiting for a visa to the UAE and everyone is ready for the World Cup.”