Jofra Archer: Sussex chief executive Rob Andrew says county will do ‘everything we can’ for fast bowler
Sussex CEO Rob Andrew says the club will “do everything they can” for Joffre Archer.
The 27-year-old was hoping to recover from two elbow surgeries in the Sussex T20 explosion, which began their campaign against Glamorgan on Thursday.
However, Pisman was disqualified from the T20 World Championships in Australia during the summer and autumn due to what Andrew called a “historic subject”.
“Jupra’s news is sad for his career,” Andrew told BBC Sussex radio.
“Especially after overcoming the elbow. He said he wanted to play in ‘The Blast.’
Archer has not played in the T20 blast against Kent for Sussex at Canterbury since last July.
He misses him very much in the winter when England were eliminated in the T20 World Cup semi-finals in November and then 4-0 turned to ashes.
“Return seems to be a historical problem,” Andrew added.
We will do everything for him, as we have always done since he came.
“Between us and England, we will make sure that the right thing is done and that it is handled properly.
“I hope we can get to the other side.”
Andrew was abandoned after BST 2 due to bad weather after the first day of the New Zealand tour in Hobb. It was with an expectation of 2,000 spectators.
“We feel the soil needs more time to try and get better,” he said.
“Cricket sometimes shoots itself in the foot, most of the time it does not.”