Suresh Raina can now be seen playing in these foreign leagues

Suresh Raina was not bought by any team in the mega auction. After which the fans on social media looked emotional for him. Due to being unsold, Suresh Raina will not be seen playing in the 15th season of IPL. After which Suresh Raina had appealed to BCCI to give a chance to play in foreign leagues through a video. Can he get a chance to play BBL and CPL abroad after that appeal?

Suresh Raina’s career is in bad shape

Suresh Raina has already said goodbye to international cricket. Because he was not able to fit himself in the team. Due to which he had retired from international cricket. But after that he continued to play IPL. At the same time, he did not play in IPL 2020 due to personal reasons, but he returned in IPL 2021. However, he did not play consistently and in the last few matches, Mr. IPL had to sit out. Now he is not even playing domestic cricket and this year he was not even bought by any franchisee. IPL 2022 he remained unsold.

Suresh Raina has played cricket for a long time for Chennai Super Kings. But that team also did not show any interest in buying them. This player has won many IPL titles for Chennai Super Kings with his strong batting. this player Has scored 5528 runs in 205 matches. He is at the fourth position in terms of scoring the most runs in this league. In this too, Raina scored 4687 runs while playing for Chennai for 11 years.

I hope BCCI, ICC or franchise can get along

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Suresh Raina is very excited to play cricket. After being unsold in IPL 2022, he has made a special appeal to BCCI by sharing a video on social media. In which he said that we should be allowed to play outside. As players from other countries play in BBL, BPL and CPL leagues.

but BCCI According to the guidelines, an active male cricketer cannot play in any foreign T20 or T10 league. Even if that cricketer has a national contract or he is far away from selection in the national team. However, BCCI gives No Objection Certificate (NOC) to those cricketers who have taken retirement and do not intend to play further in any tournament related to BCCI.

“I hope the BCCI can meet with the ICC or the franchises and allow players to play in foreign leagues who do not have a BCCI contract.”