BCCI issued a decree, a setback to the franchises, the echo will reach South Africa

The Board of Control for Cricket in India has made strict rules regarding Indian players regarding participation in foreign leagues.

Sourav Ganguly is the BCCI President since 2019

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The Board of Control for Cricket in India has issued a message for its players. The BCCI has decided that no Indian player, whether contracted or retired and playing the IPL, will not participate in the upcoming T20 league in South Africa and the T20 league in UAE. Even the players playing in IPL will not be able to play the role of mentor in these foreign leagues. English newspaper by BCCI official Indian Express Said this to

To put it in other words, Chennai Super Kings Ltd could not use its icon player Mahendra Singh Dhoni as a mentor in South Africa’s T20 league as he is still playing for Chennai in IPL.

need to retire

Speaking to The Indian Express, a BCCI official said, “It is clear, no Indian player, including domestic cricketers, cannot take part in other leagues until he/she retires from all forms of the game. . If a player wants to take part in the upcoming leagues, then he will have to break ties with BCCI completely.

When asked whether a player like Dhoni can take part in these leagues as a mentor or coach? To this the BCCI official said, “Then he cannot play IPL for Chennai Super Kings. He will have to retire first.”