Indian players won’t be seen in foreign leagues, IPL franchises expressed discontent, said this big thing

IPL franchisees expressed their discontent
After this BCCI decision, IPL franchisees expressed their discontent. Said that look, we have not heard such a statement from BCCI until now officially. If the information in the media reports is correct, it will be a completely strange and unfair decision by BCCI. We can use our support staff in foreign leagues, but if the BCCI stops it, it will be a totally unfair decision.

BCCI permission not granted
Let us tell you that BCCI has not allowed Indian players to join foreign leagues. The board said that if Indian players want to play in foreign T20 leagues, they will not only have to withdraw but also sever ties with the IPL. A BCCI official said: “No player from India can participate in foreign leagues. To play in foreign leagues one has to be retired from all formats. If any player participates in a foreign league, his relationship with BCCI will come to an end.” “.

Players from India cannot be a part of foreign leagues even as mentors. Speaking to Indian Express, a BCCI official said: “If a player from India also joins the foreign league franchise as a mentor, then he cannot play IPL. To become a mentor, players will have to withdraw from all formats, including IPL."text alignment: justify;">Also read:

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