CSK will not be able to take Dhoni’s help in CSA T20 League, this BCCI rule will become a hurdle

Four-time IPL champions Chennai Super Kings (CSK) have suffered a major setback from the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). CSK was bought into the South African T20 League (CSA T20 League). He wanted to take the help of MS Dhoni in his team. He wanted to make Dhoni his team’s mentor there, but a BCCI rule has become an obstacle to this. BCCI has made it clear that Indian cricketers will not be able to participate in foreign franchise leagues and if a cricketer wants to do so, he will first have to terminate all his contracts with BCCI.

A BCCI official was quoted in the Indian Express report as saying: “It is clear that no Indian player can be a part of any other league until he retires from all forms of cricket.” Even if a player wants to participate in these leagues, he must first terminate all his contacts with BCCI.

Dhoni has retired from all formats of international cricket but continues to play IPL. In such a situation, if Dhoni wants to be part of an external league, he too will have to withdraw from the IPL. Let us tell you that there are 6 teams in the T20 league starting in South Africa and all of these teams have been bought by the IPL franchise.

Former Australian cricketer Adam Gilchrist has questioned this BCCI decision. He said: ‘I’m not criticizing the IPL, but why can’t any Indian player come to Australia and play the Big Bash League? I have no answer for this question. Your league is reaching every player in the world, but why can’t your players play in any other T20 league?

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