Dispute between Cricket Association of Nepal and players resolved

Everest Look January 3, 2022 2 Min Read
Updated 2022/01/03 at 5:16 PM
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Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN) has resolved the dispute. According to Pubudu Das Nayak, head coach of the Nepali National Cricket Team, “everything was resolved” in the morning discussions and conversations.

The details of the agreement reached between CAN and the players have not been made public. CAN and players will officially announce the agreement. There have been very positive talks between CAN and the players, “he told reporters.” I am confident that all the players are present at the closed training. He also said that Nepal would participate in the upcoming tournament as a united team. Similarly, captain Sandeep Lamichhane will join the team after the first round of the Big Bass League, said coach Dasanayake.

As soon as the dispute between CAN and the players was resolved, Nepal’s preparations for the Global Twenty20 selection have started from Monday. Oman is hosting the World Cup Twenty20 qualifier from February 15. CAN has announced a 30-member preliminary team for closed training.

On the first day of the closed training, 14 players have attended the Tribhuvan Cricket Ground, Kirtipur. Sharad Bheshavkar, Mohammad Arif Sheikh, Kushal Malla, Mohammad Ashif Shaikh, Saheb Alam, Pawan Sararf, Bhim Sarki, Pradip Airee, Gulshan Kumar Jha, Jitendra Mukhiya, Vivek Kumar Yadav, Saurabh Khanal, Rajesh Pulami Magar & Kishor Mahato are among the players who will be present at the Tribhuvan Cricket ground for closed training on Monday morning.

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