BCCI Makes This Strict Rule For The Players Participating In The T20 Leagues Of Foreign Countries

The Board Of Control For Cricket In India(BCCI) will have its Apex Council meeting on July 7 in which they will discuss the various aspects of the Indian Cricket Team. Reports indicate that the BCCI is interested in implementing rules regarding the involvement of Indian players in international leagues outside of India. The BCCI has expressed concerns about the increasing number of these tournaments and nourishing such events.

In recent times, many cricket-playing nations have started their own league. The interesting part is most of the leagues are funded by Indian investors. The report further claims that these investors are using money that they have got as a profit from the Indian Premier League and then they are using it to harbour the tournaments of other countries.

According to the latest report from Cricbuzz, all the players who are looking to participate in the leagues of foreign countries will have to take a No Objection Certificate from the BCCI if they wish to do any kind of coaching in the future for the Indian Cricket Team.

Not only this, but the BCCI will also implement the impact player rules in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Tournament as they want to make it similar to that of the Indian Premier League. The BCCI has also asked the teams to exchange the sheets of playing XI after the toss not like the previous season where they used to pick the players before the toss.

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