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Pak vs SA: Indian analyst is not any extra working with South African staff, CSA clarifies

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A day earlier, the Indian analyst took to his Twitter to substantiate the information of his departure from the Protease staff. Photograph Courtesy: Cric. in the present day
  • CSA stated that Prasanna Agoram’s contract with the Protease has expired.
  • Beforehand, reviews emerged that Agoram was unable to hitch his staff  attributable to “security protocols”.
  • A day earlier, the Indian analyst took to his Twitter to substantiate the information of his departure.

Cricket South Africa (CSA) on Monday clarified that Indian analyst Prasanna Agoram’s contract with the Proteas has expired and that’s the reason he isn’t with the South African staff in Pakistan.

Beforehand, reviews emerged that Agoram was unable to hitch his staff and regardless of efforts from the administration, he can’t journey to the nation attributable to “security protocols”.

“[Mr] Prasanna Agoram’s time with Cricket South Africa and the Proteas team has come to an end. His contract has not been renewed, and he is moving on to new projects,” the CSA spokesperson confirmed.

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Wishing Agoram good luck for his future endeavours, the spokesperson stated: “We, as the Proteas wish him the very best. This is all that the team is willing to say on the matter, we will not be engaging further on this topic.”

A day earlier, the Indian analyst took to his Twitter to substantiate the information of his departure.

“Thank you @OfficialCSA for 11 wonderful years. Worked with some great administrators, captains, players. coaches and support staff. Will miss you all,” Agoram wrote on Twitter.

The primary Take a look at match between Pakistan and South Africa will start on twenty sixth January at Nationwide Stadium.

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