Former New Zealand quick bowler Iain O’Brien is trying to get again to his household within the United Kingdom and for that, he has began a crowd funding undertaking on Twitter. O’Brien, who performed 22 Tests, 10 ODIs and 4 T20Is for New Zealand, tweeted that he’s prepared to speak cricket over video name with anybody offered they’re prepared to spare some cash that he can use to return to the UK the place he now lives along with his spouse and two kids.
“Ok, so trying to raise some money to pay for this flight back to the UK. I have an idea. If anyone would love a 20 min Skype/vid call, one on one, talk about all things cricket, politics, sausages, mental health, Sachin, etc. If you’d like that & can spare a couple of dollar,pound DM me,” tweeted O’Brien.
Ok, so making an attempt to boost some cash to pay for this flight again to the UK.
I’ve an thought. If anybody would love a 20 min Skype/vid name, one on one, discuss all issues cricket, politics, sausages, psychological well being, Sachin, and many others
If you need that & can spare a few $£, DM me
— Iain O’Brien (@iainobrien) March 25, 2020
O’Brien has been trying to discover his means again to the UK ever for the reason that outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic that has claimed over 20,000 lives around the globe so far. Part of the worldwide disaster brought on by the viral unfold is the myriad of restrictions imposed on journey in international locations around the globe.
“The big bit for me is my wife has a lung condition where if she gets any sort of chest infection it can take time off her life,” O’Brien was quoted as saying by the ‘stuff.co.nz’.
“This virus could kill her. With a couple of kids for her to deal with, and her mum is 80, there’s a fair bit on her plate at the moment. I would be kind of keen to take some of that stress off her but I think I’m just adding to it at the moment,” he added.