Andy Flower named Afghanistan consultant for T20 World Cup


The former Zimbabwe captain and England men’s team coach joins Shaun Tait and Lance Klusener on the coaching staff

Andy Flower, the former Zimbabwe captain, has been named Afghanistan consultant for the T20 World Cup starting later this month.

An Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) release said Flower, who oversaw England men’s’s title-winning 2010 T20 World Cup campaign during his time as head coach between 2009 and 2014, entered the Afghanistan team bubble. He joins a coaching staff that also includes former Australia fast bowler Shaun Tait, who was appointed the bowling coach in August for a five-month tenure, and head coach Lance Klusener.

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