Cricket match prediction today : IPL teams CSK, MI, LSG, and other franchises are upset with the BCCI’s position, saying that “it is absolutely unreasonable.”

Indian IPL franchises who play in foreign leagues are upset with the BCCI: The IPL franchises don’t agree with the BCCI’s (Board of Control for Cricket in India) position that “NO Indians to be allowed in international Leagues.” Everyone is upset with the BCCI’s stance on foreign leagues, whether they are from the Chennai Super Kings, Mumbai Indians, Rajasthan Royals, Lucknow Super Giants, or another team. When certain franchise officials were contacted by InsideSport, they described the Indian board’s stance as “unfair and unreasonable.”
“Until a player has retired from all forms of the game, no Indian player, domestic or otherwise, may play in any other competition. A BCCI official was cited on Saturday as saying, “If any player wants to participate in these prospective competitions, he can only do so when he cuts off all links with the BCCI.

  • Bangalore Super Kings: This stance prevents MS Dhoni from becoming the MENTOR of the CSK South Africa League team. He is unable to participate in any other way. Even CSK Support personnel, such as Laxmipathy Balaji or others, are eligible to be connected to the LEAGUE.
    Mumbai Indians: Either Zaheer Khan, the team director, or MI Mentor Sachin Tendulkar can join the MI Family for the UAET20 or ILT20.
  • Gautam Gambhir, the team mentor for the Lucknow Super Giants, is unable to be involved with LSG’s investments in clubs in other countries.
  • Similar circumstances apply to other teams, such as the Rajasthan Royals, Punjab Kings, Kolkata Knight Riders, or Sunrisers Hyderabad.

“As you can see, we haven’t received any formal word from the BCCI yet. Whatever information we have comes from media reports. If accurate, BCCI’s stance is incredibly unreasonable and unfair.

In these international endeavours, we could have utilised our ecosystem and support personnel. One of the main franchise management officials noted that if BCCI quits doing that, it will be tremendously unfair.
Owners of the IPL in foreign leagues: The richest cricket board in the world The BCCI is concerned about IPL club owners’ interest in overseas leagues. In these upcoming leagues, teams are being purchased by MI, KKR, RR, CSK, LSG, and others.

Top BCCI officials reluctantly acknowledged to InsideSport that they are “very concerned” about the recent development.

“BCCI has established a brand with IPL, and the sports industry as a whole is in awe of it. We must safeguard our reputation. When IPL owners are mentioned in every foreign league, we are extremely concerned.

They are unrestricted in where they choose to invest. But we will not allow any kind brand leveraging on account of IPL. No Indian player past or present would be allowed to join these leagues.” said an upset BCCI official.
Why is BCCI Concerned? Be it the UAE’s ILT20, Cricket South Africa’s T20 league or Caribbean Premier League, IPL Owners are prominent 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: KKR, MI, Delhi Capitals owners have taken teams in league promoted by the Emirates Cricket Board
  • CSA T20 League: All 6 teams in the league are owned by IPL Team owners.


BCCI is flooded with requests from various boards and players to allow non-contracted Indian players to play in these leagues. But the Indian board is not willing to relent.

The BCCI has so far restricted their players’ participation in other leagues and the status quo on the subject is set to continue.

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