Shaun Tait resigns as Afghanistan’s fast-bowling consultant

Just a day after Lance Klusener declared his choice to not expand his Afghanistan training contract, Shaun Tait in Wednesday quit as the group’s quick bowling advisor “with prompt impact”.

Klusener declared his choice to venture down on Monday yet will see out his agreement, that runs until the finish of the schedule year.

“I have partaken in my time working with the group particularly with the youthful Afghan quick bowlers whom I for one think have an incredible future. Approaching an incredible cricketing mind like Lance Klusener (lead trainer of Afghanistan during my residency) has been a flat out delight,” Shaun Tait said in an assertion.

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The previous Australia speedy – presently a Level 2 guaranteed mentor from Cricket Australia – was contracted on a five-month time span by Afghanistan Cricket Board in August. Tait had likewise marked an arrangement with Indian homegrown side Puducherry as their bowling trainer, instantly a short time later.

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