ICA Completes April 2022 with Huge Success and Massive Deals:
International Cricketers Association (ICA) had a fantastic month of April 2022 as they assisted in closing out massive deals for their clients. The Major highlight of ICA’s success this month was Mohammad Amir’s County Championship deal with Gloucestershire and Umar Gul’s appointment as Afghanistan’s bowling consultant.
The two former pacers of Pakistan, Mohammad Amir and Umar Gul are managed by Team ICA, and both had a great deal in the month of April 2022. Mohammad Amir made a return to red-ball cricket as he was signed by Gloucestershire. Umar Gul got the bowling consultant role of Afghanistan National Team which is his first major international assignment post retirement. Gul however has coached in various T20 Leagues.
The emerging talent from England, Rehan Ahmed also had a wonderful month. He got signed by the Southern Brave in the hundred, and afterwards his contract with Leicestershire also got extended till 2026. ICA has always worked on promoting their young talent and Rehan’s success is a perfect example of that.
Two more emerging stars, Naseem Shah and Mohammad Shehzad from Pakistan got great deals. Naseem Shah was signed by Welsh Fire in the hundred, while Mohammad Shehzad was assisted by ICA in closing out the deal with VVV Cricket Club in Netherlands.ICA’s clients in New Zealand had a phenomenal time in April 2022 too.
Eden Carson won most valuable player of the year award while Kate Ebrahim won the player of the year award in Otago Sparks Awards 2022. Nick Kelly won Cricketer of the year award in Otago Volts Awards 2022.
More achievements of Team ICA in April 2022 include; Imran Butt earned a club cricket deal with the Cavaliers Carrington Cricket Club in the UK. James Tomson was appointed as England’s disable team’s performance analyst consultant. 5 ICA stars got signed and retained in the Caribbean Premier League 2022.
ICA Chairman Moghees Sheikh congratulated all the stars on their success and promised to work even more harder to promote more and more talent, and give deserving talent as many chances as possible.