Batting legend Sunil Gavaskar has stated that some international cricketers are urging the Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) to let Indian gamers take part of their franchise T20 leagues with the goal of attracting extra sponsors.
Gavaskar’s remarks got here after former Australia wicketkeeper-batter Adam Gilchrist questioned the BCCI for not giving No Objection Certificates (NOC) to its centrally contracted males’s gamers to play franchise cricket throughout the globe. Giving a clarification on the identical, the 1983-World Cup winner stated that the rationale why the India cricket board is just not permitting their gamers to take part in abroad leagues is to make sure that their gamers keep contemporary as part of the workload administration taking the hectic schedule into consideration.
Principally, they need their leagues to have extra sponsorship: Sunil Gavaskar
“Some abroad former gamers have stated that the Indian gamers must be allowed to play the Huge Bash or the Hundred. Principally, they need their leagues to have extra sponsorship and so on. They’re involved about their cricket, which is completely comprehensible. However when Indian cricket seems to be to guard its cricket by making certain that their gamers keep contemporary for his or her matches and thus proscribing them from enjoying abroad, that’s not acceptable to the fellows from the ‘outdated powers,’ Gavaskar wrote in his column for Sportstar.
“They’re speaking solely in regards to the Indian gamers being made accessible for his or her nation’s leagues however not the help workers or others who can also do a beautiful job, because the cricketing world has came upon during the last half dozen years or so. The IPL, for some time, ran the hazard of being referred to as the Australian league, with not simply the Aussie gamers dominating the composition of the groups however the coaches and help workers too. It’s by no means a two-way avenue for the ‘outdated powers’ of cricket,” he stated.
The IPL groups have expanded their market abroad by buying groups within the highly-anticipated South Africa T20 league that’s scheduled to be held in January and February subsequent yr. Furthermore, some franchises have already got groups within the Caribbean Premier League (CPL).