Graham Thorpe appointed as Afghanistan’s head coach

Graham Thorpe has been named Afghanistan’s lead trainer and will assume control over Stuart Law, who was going about as the interval mentor. Afghanistan Cricket Board selected Law after Lance Klusener picked to not restore his agreement which finished on December 31.

Lance Klusener stood firm on the footing for north of two years after the 2019 World Cup. Thorpe, who highlighted in 100 Tests and 82 ODIs, ventured down as England’s batting mentor after a sad Ashes series in Australia.

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Afghanistan are planned to visit Ireland for one Test, three ODIs and three T20Is in July which will be Thorpe’s first task with the group. They will then include in the Asia Cup in September before the T20 World Cup in Australia.

Afghanistan are fourth in the ICC ODI Super League with seven successes from nine matches and 70 focuses in their sack. They are positioned eighth in ICC Men’s T20I rankings with 232 positioning places.

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