Bangladesh fast bowler Shahadat Hossain will be playing for the Kaka Premier Division on Saturday, 18 months after a five-year ban for slapping his teammate in a first-class match in November 2019. No official statement from the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB). Hossein, who threw two overs for the Patricks Sporting Club on his return against the Old DoHS Sports Club, has been known not to serve a more than 18-month ban. He has served 18 months of his five-year ban.
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In fact, Hussein had appealed to the BCB in February to ease his ban so he could resume his career and bear the costs associated with maternal cancer treatment. Akram Khan, then president of BCB Cricket, said in a statement that Hussein had taken up the matter with top officials of the board. He told me, ‘He’s in a lot of trouble in his family. His mother has cancer. He’s not playing cricket right now, so when he called me, I talked to some directors. We have appealed to the BCB Disciplinary Committee. We hope to get positive feedback from them. I have also informed the chairman of the board and they have been positive about him too. We hope he can play in the NCL (National Cricket League).
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It is noteworthy that Hussein’s teammate Arafat Sunny Jr. was slapped during an NCL match in Khulna in November 2019. After being removed from the match, he was charged with a 4th degree violation, under which he was sentenced to two years suspended for two years with a fine of up to one lakh Bangladesh taka and five years ban. Meanwhile, Hossein said in March that he would like to return to competitive cricket before completing a five-year ban on treating his mother.