BCCI To Speak To IPL Franchises As Karthik Apologises For CPL Act

New Delhi: After being showcaused for being current within the Trinbago Knight Riders dressing room with coach Brendon McCullum — additionally new coach of the Indian Premier League outfit Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) — India wicket-keeper batsman and Kolkata Knight Riders skipper Dinesh Karthik has apologised unconditionally.

Chatting with IANS, a BCCI functionary confirmed the identical and mentioned that IPL franchises may also be made to know that Indian gamers can’t be requested to be current in such method in overseas leagues.

“Karthik realises the mistake as a contracted player of the BCCI and has apologised unconditionally. The IPL franchises will also be made to understand that such a scenario shouldn’t arise in the future where Indian players are seen in foreign leagues without the permission of the BCCI,” the functionary defined.

Each the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) franchise and IPL franchise KKR are owned by Shah Rukh Khan. However the BCCI could be very clear that the Indian gamers ought to don’t have anything to do with overseas T20 leagues.

In reality, even when former India participant Yuvraj Singh was handed an NOC to play in Canada submit retirement, it was a one-off because the BCCI made it clear that no additional releases could be made.

Whereas it wasn’t initially clear if it was a standard go to to the dressing room by Karthik or there was some planning occurring for the following season of the IPL, Karthik has cleared that he had solely gone as a result of the coach had invited him and he wasn’t a part of any actions across the CPL or the staff.

By Baidurjo Bhose

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