IPL 2023: BCCI is very worried about IPL team owners buying franchises in foreign leagues: why?


IPL 2023 – IPL owners in overseas leagues: World’s wealthiest cricket board BCCI worries about growing interest from…

IPL 2023 – IPL Owners in Foreign Leagues: The world’s wealthiest cricket board, BCCI, is concerned about growing interest from IPL team owners in foreign leagues. Be it Mumbai Indians, Rajasthan Royals, Kolkata Knight Riders, Chennai Super Kings, Lucknow Super Giants or others, all are buying into foreign leagues. One of the top BCCI officials reluctantly admitted to InsideSport that they were ‘very concerned‘ on recent developments.Follow Indian Cricket LIVE updates with InsideSport.IN

In order to protect their interests, BCCI is unlikely to change the banning status of Indian players playing in these foreign leagues.

“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”said an upset BCCI official.

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IPL 2023: BCCI becomes “very concerned” about IPL team owners buying franchises in foreign leagues. ‘authorization to players unlikely’: CHECK OUT

IPL Owners in Foreign Leagues – Why is BCCI concerned? Be it 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.

The BCCI is inundated with requests from various boards and players to allow Indian players without a contract to play in these leagues. But the Indian board is unlikely to back down.

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

IPL 2023: BCCI becomes ‘very concerned’ about IPL team owners buying franchises in overseas leagues

Not only BCCI, but some of the other councils are also fighting to protect their DOMESTIC products.

Cricket Australia refuses the NOC to its cricketers: The amount of money that was on offer to ILT20 players had sent several cricket boards into a tizzy. Cricket Australia is one of them.

Chris Lynn has signed for ILT20 and already got in trouble. Cricket Australia said it would not consider issuing the mandatory no-objection certificate to the opener.

PCB, BCB refuse NOCs for ILT20: The Pakistan Cricket Board has also refused to release its players for the ILT20 and CSAT20 leagues. The Bangladesh Cricket Board is also following the lawsuit to protect its interests.

New Zealand cricket also under fire: NZC’s first contracted player, Trent Boult, has decided to terminate his contract. The official reason given is that he wants to spend time with the family. But the cricketing fraternity is buzzed with the fact that Boult and the IPL want to ply his trade with the two new leagues to come.

Market forces determine the career of a cricketer these days. The exodus to franchise leagues is not limited to the West Indies or New Zealand. South African Quinton de Kock and England’s Ben Stokes dropped one of the formats in hopes of expanding their reach elsewhere.

Other announcements on the same lines are expected soon. The world of cricket is about to experience a big evolution very soon.

IPL 2023: BCCI becomes “very concerned” about IPL team owners buying franchises in foreign leagues. ‘authorization to players unlikely’: CHECK OUT

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