Former Zimbabwe captain and experienced cricket coach Andy Flower is an Afghanistan consultant for the ICCT 20 World Cup 2021 in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Oman from October 17th to November 14th. Was appointed to.
The Afghanistan Cricket Commission (ACB) announced the appointment of Flower on Saturday, October 9, and also revealed that he had joined the bubble of the Afghanistan national team prior to the 2021 T20 World Cup.
In particular, Flower previously led England from 2009 to 2014, helping the team win the ICC T20 World Cup trophy in 2010 and beat Australia 3-0 in 2013. He was also awarded the 2011 World Cup Coach Year.
He was also the “Technical Director of the Elite Coach” for cricket boards in England and Wales and later head coached the team under the age of 19. Zimbabwe also collaborates with several franchisees in the Pakistan Super League (PSL), Caribbean Premier League (CPL), The Hand Red and Indian Premier League (IPL).
Based on his wealth of experience as a coach at both the highest level and in the T20 league, ACB feels that Flower’s experience will help Afghanistan at the T20 World Cup in 2021 in the United Arab Emirates and Oman.
ACB Governor Azura Fazuri said in his statement: Andy has worked with several players in various franchise rounds. His wealth of experience will be very helpful and helpful in supporting the team throughout the World Cup. “”
Meanwhile, the Afghan team left Kabul on October 6 to begin training for Qatar, but have not yet obtained a UAE visa.
Afghan captain Mohammed Navi said: “The team has begun training in Qatar to adapt to the weather. They are waiting for a visa to enter the UAE and everyone is ready to attend the World Cup. “”
It is worth noting that Flora completed 63 tests and 213 ODI games in Zimbabwe before starting his coaching career in England. Before he switched to training, he represented Zimbabwe with 63 tests and 213 ODI points. He has worked with the UK to coach various franchises and T20 leagues around the world including IPL, CPL, PSL and The Hundred.
The Afghan team left Kabul on October 6 for Qatar. During the ICC meeting, Afghan team captain Mohammed Navi said: ‘The team has started training in Qatar to adapt to the weather. They are waiting for a visa to enter the UAE and everyone is ready to attend the World Cup. “”