Dejected and heartbroken: Zimbabwe players raise voice against ICC ban

The ICC unanimously took the resolution and stated that the reason in the back of the go was once because Zimbabwe Cricket had been unable to grant a system for conducting free and democratic elections.
The International Cricket Council’s (ICC) selection to ban Zimbabwe from worldwide cricket on Thursday has left their cricket stars heartbroken. ICC has referred to ‘government interference’ as the purpose at the back of the move.Zimbabwe player Sikandar Raza and former captain Brendan Taylor were chief amongst many who voice in assist of Zimbabwe’s fame as a Test-playing nation. Sikander has performed 12 Tests, 97 ODIs and 32 T20Is for the country, while Taylor has regarded in 28 Tests, 193 ODIS and 34 T20Is in his 15-year-long career.
Raza took to Twitter to factor out how ICC’s ‘one decision’ would have far-reaching outcomes on a quantity of families and careers at the same time as including that going by way of the decision he should have already performed his closing worldwide match.
“How one choice has made a team, strangers. How one decision has made so many human beings unemployed. How one choice impacts so many families. How one selection has ended so many careers. Certainly now not how I desired to say goodbye to global cricket. @ICC”: Raza wrote on Twitter.
While dejected and heartbroken by way of the ICC decision, another Zimbabwe participant Solomon Mire announced his retirement. In a Facebook post, he wrote, ” It has been a week of emotional highs and lows in activity and lamentably no longer a good one for Zimbabwe cricket but just wanted to officially tackle anybody else. I knowledgeable the gamers and tech group of workers of my selection at the end of the latest tour and desired to formally announce my choice to retire from Zimbabwe cricket in all formats with on the spot effect.” Solomon Mire has played 2 Tests, forty seven ODIS and 9 T20Is for Zimbabwe.
All is not properly for Zimbabwe cricket for pretty some time now as the country wide group is currently in Ireland, enjoying a three-match ODI sequence followed through a three-game T20I series. Last month, their whole cricket board was suspended through the Zimbabwean government’s sports and recreation commission. Rather, an interim committee, contravening ICC rules prohibiting political interference in its members, was appointed.

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