The Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) named the former skipper and all-rounder Mohammad Nabi in the board of members on Friday. Nabi is still an active player and plays in several T20 leagues including the Indian Premier League (IPL) and the Caribbean Premier League (CPL)
The 35-year-old all-rounder is one of the four new members who will join the board as the new members. They will be replacing the departing members of the nine-member panel of the board. ACB Chairman Mr Farhan Yusefzai held the board meeting before appointing the new members consisting of Hasina Safi, Rohullah Khanzada and Haroon Mir and Mohammad Nabi.
Nabi announced retirement from the Test cricket last year after a one of Test-match against Bangladesh. He took the decision with a motive to focus more on the limited-overs format of the game. After playing in the CPL, Nabi will head to the UAE for joining his side Sunrisers Hyderabad for the upcoming season of the IPL.
Nabi has played 124 ODIs and 78 T20Is for Afghanistan, scoring 2782 and 1347 runs respectively. Besides, he also has 130 in ODIs and 69 wickets in T20Is in his career so far.