T20 World Cup: “BCCI Should Allow Young India Players To Play In Overseas T20 Leagues”, Anil Kumble
T20 World Cup: Anil Kumble, the former head coach of India, wants the Board of Control for Cricket in India to permit its young players to play in various T20 competitions worldwide. Many nations now have their T20 franchise leagues that have achieved extraordinary success after introducing the Indian Premier League. According to Kumble, the players should be allowed to interact with the public. And gain experience before the 2024 World Cup, which will take place in the West Indies and the United States.
No active Indian cricketer can play in foreign leagues, even though foreign players are accepted in the IPL.
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T20 World Cup: “Exposure Certainly Helps”, Anil Kumble
“I think exposure certainly helps. We have seen that with the kind of development that it has had on Indian cricket. For example, the IPL, where overseas players come in, and the kind of changes we’ve had in Indian cricket have certainly helped. In terms of allowing a young player to go overseas and have a crack, why not? I think it’s important that you have everything that you need to do that come 2024, you are well prepared to take on a World Cup event. “Kumble was quoted as saying by ESPNcricinfo
On Thursday, November 10th, England eliminated India from the T20 World Cup. After they suffered a crushing defeat of 10 wickets. England’s skipper Jos Buttler and opener Alex Hales eliminated India from the tournament. Who set up a quick partnership of 170 runs in just 16 overs. India’s exit from the ICC tournaments marked yet another failure for them. They haven’t won one since the 2013 Champions Trophy.
T20 World Cup: Indian Players In Foreign Leagues
It is unclear whether the T20 World Cup 2022 fiasco will change the BCCI policy prohibiting Indian cricketers from competing in an international league similar to the IPL. There was speculation that the IPL franchise owners purchased every team in the soon-to-be-launched South African T20 league. SA20 might pave the way for Indian stars to be hired by teams in international T20 competitions. The BCCI, however, recently stated that it has no plans to alter its current stance, according to IPL chairman Arun Dhumal.
Cricket players from all participating countries, excluding India, participate in T20 leagues like Australia’s BBL, Pakistan’s Premier League (PSL), and the Caribbean Premier League (CPL). Pressure has been mounting on BCCI to alter its current approach. Players under contract with the BCCI cannot compete in other competitions.