PCB Backs Misbah despite failure in PSL 202023 March 2020 / SkyBook365 Cricket Editors Team
Islamabad crashed out without reaching the knockout stages for the 1st time.
Cricket South Africa (CSA) has appointed administrator Jacques Faul as acting chief executive. Faul replaces Thabang Moroe, who was suspended on Friday on allegations of misconduct, and whose presence was one of three reasons Smith withdrew interest in the position last month. CSA is also hopeful of unveiling former captain Grame Smith as director of cricket. At a press briefing on Saturday afternoon, CSA president Chris Nenzani confirmed Faul's appointment, for a maximum period of six months, and that CSA and Smith are in "final talks," for the role. “Jacques Faul did not hesitate for a moment when I asked him to be acting CEO,” CSA president Chris Nenzani told a news conference. Faul and, Smith's appointment would represent a step forward to start his tenure. "If he comes in now, at least there is some form of progress. That's what we need. We need a competitive Proteas team on the field, its very, very important. We've got to get there," Faul said.
Thabang Moroe had been suspended on allegations of misconduct as the body faces a mounting crisis. Cricket South Africa (CSA) announced on Friday that chief executive Thabang Moroe had been suspended on allegations of misconduct as the body faces a mounting crisis. CSA president Chris Nenzani said, an independent body from outside of CSA will be handled by disciplinary hearing and that the process should not exceed six months. CSA's board lost three members this week, all independent directors, in the wake of the current crises and Nenzani said their positions will be filled once the nominations process has taken place. The situation in CSA's office remains equally fluid. The fate of the seven suspended staff members will be decided by a disciplinary process that will be independently chaired and prosecuted. Following Moroe's suspension and guarantees of Smith's independence, Nenzani is hopeful Smith will put pen to paper in the next three days and can begin work imminently so that South Africa can begin preparations for their series against England.
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