Indians in foreign leagues: IPL teams CSK, MI, LSG, RR and others are offended by BCCI: CHECK Why?


Indians in foreign leagues – IPL franchises vexed by BCCI: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) stand of ‘NO…

Indians in Foreign Leagues – IPL Franchises Vexed by BCCI: The stand of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) of ‘NO Indians allowed in foreign leagues‘ was not well received by the IPL teams. Be it Chennai Super Kings, Mumbai Indians, Rajasthan Royals, Lucknow Super Giants or others, all are vexed by BCCI’s stance on foreign leagues. InsideSport spoke to some of the heads of some franchises and they called the Indian board booth ‘unfair and illogical’: follow the IPL 2023 LIVE updates and Indian Cricket LIVE updates with InsideSport.IN

“No Indian player including domestic players can participate in any other league until he is retired from all forms of play. If any player wants to participate in these upcoming leagues, he cannot do so only if he cuts all ties with the BCCI. a BCCI official was cited on Saturday.

Why franchises are calling this stand “illogical and unfair”

  • Chennai Super Kings: This position means that MS Dhoni cannot become a MENTOR of the South African league franchise CSK. He can’t even get involved in any other capacity. Even CSK support staff like Laxmipathy Balaji or others can be associated with LEAGUE.
  • Bombay Indians: Whether Sachin Tendulkar (MI Mentor) or Zaheer Khan (Team Manager) can be associated with MI Family in UAET20 or ILT20
  • Lucknow Super Giants: Gautam Gambhir (Team Mentor) cannot be associated with LSG’s investment in overseas teams.
  • The same goes for other franchises – i.e. Rajasthan Royals, Punjab Kings, Kolkata Knight Riders or Sunrisers Hyderabad.

“You see, we haven’t heard anything officially from BCCI so far. All we hear is through the media. If true, BCCI’s position is extremely illogical and unfair.

We could have used our support staff, our ecosystem in these foreign companies. If BCCI stops this, it will be really unfair”, said a senior franchise management official.

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IPL owners in foreign leagues: The world’s wealthiest cricket board, BCCI, is concerned about the interest of IPL team owners in overseas leagues. MI, KKR, RR, CSK, LSG and others are buying teams in these upcoming leagues.

One of the top BCCI officials reluctantly admitted to InsideSport that they were ‘very concerned‘ on recent developments.

“BCCI has created an IPL brand and everyone in the sport is in awe of it. We need to protect our brand. We are very concerned when the name of the owners of IPL is associated with each foreign league.

“They are free to invest wherever they want. But we will not allow any brand to take advantage of the IPL. No past or present Indian player would be allowed to join these leagues. said an upset BCCI official.

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Why is the BCCI concerned? Whether it’s the ILT20 in the United Arab Emirates, the Cricket T20 league in South Africa or the Caribbean Premier League, IPL owners are major buyers of teams in these leagues.

  • Caribbean Premier League: 3 out of 5 owners are IPL team owners i.e. Rajasthan ROYALS, Punjab Kings and Kolkata Knight Riders
  • ILT20 League: Owners of KKR, MI and Delhi Capitals have taken teams into the league promoted by the Emirates Cricket Board
  • CSA T20 League: All 6 teams in the league are owned by the IPL team owners.

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BCCI is inundated with requests from various boards and players to allow Indian players without contracts to play in these leagues. But the Indian board is not willing to back down.

BCCI has so far limited its players’ participation in other leagues and the status quo on the matter is expected to continue.

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