“They’re concerned about their cricket” says Sunil Gavaskar’s thoughts on Adam Gilchrist

“They’re concerned about their cricket” says Sunil Gavaskar’s thoughts on Adam Gilchrist. The Indian men’s team’s contracted players have never played in an overseas franchise league.

Sunil Gavaskar, batting legend, has stated that some foreign cricketers are urging. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to allow Indian players to participate in their franchise T20 leagues in order to attract more sponsors.

Gavaskar’s comments came after former Australia wicketkeeper-batsman Adam Gilchrist. Questioned the BCCI for not issuing No Objection Certificates (NOC) to its centrally contracted men’s players. In order for them to play franchise cricket around the world. To clarify, the 1983 World Cup winner stated that the reason the India cricket board does not allow their players. To participate in overseas leagues is to ensure that their players stay fresh as part of workload management due to the hectic schedule.

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Sunil Gavaskar: Basically, they want their leagues to have more sponsorship

“Some former overseas players have state that Indian players. Should be allow to compete in the Big Bash or the Hundred. ” Basically, they want more sponsorship for their leagues, etc. They’re worried about their cricket, which is understandable. However, when Indian cricket looks to protect its cricket by ensuring that its players stay fresh for their matches and thus limiting their ability to play overseas, that is not acceptable to the guys from the ‘old powers,’ Gavaskar wrote in his column for Sportstar.

“They are only talking about Indian players being made available for their country’s leagues, not support staff or others who can also do a fantastic job, as the cricketing world has discovered over the last half dozen years or so.” For a time, the IPL was dubbed the “Australian league,” with not only Australian players but also coaches and support staff dominating the team composition. “The ‘old powers’ of cricket never have a two-way street,” he said.

The IPL teams have expanded their international market by acquiring teams in the highly anticipated South Africa T20 league, which will take place in January and February of next year. Furthermore, some franchises already have teams competing in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL).

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