Why is PCB not allowing Indian players to play in PSL?

Mudassir Ali
Mar 05, 2020 05:07 AM 0 Answers
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Mudassir Ali
- Mar 05, 2020 05:08 AM

I have seen tens of comments saying we can’t afford Indian players or we pay less money. I have a few points to clear all the stance
1. BCCI is very possessive about the fitness of it’s players and no major Indian player has been seen in any foreign league other than IPL.
2. Pakistanis do not bother about the absence of Indian players as it gives them Quality entertainment with a highly competitive professional attitude and positive body language of the players regarding the game and they are very, i repeat, very happy with it.
3. PSL management has never showed it’s intensions or interest to include any Indian player as a preemptive measure about the attitude of BCCI.
4. PSL is held outside the country but still it’s profitable for the stakeholders and after showing success in the first two seasons, season 3 saw an increase in the amount of player’s draft and an addition of one more team. Two semi finals and final match will be held in Pakistan and it’s the achievement in just 3rd season with all world class players except one ready to come to Pakistan.
5. A common Pakistani like me never ever compares PSL with IPL, not even as a benchmark because the innovative themes of PSL are created by the brilliant minds of it’s marketing management and miscellaneous staff which has always given us something new, not copied from anything else.
5. PSL pays all of it’s players immediately after the contract.
6. And lastly, it has everything which a league needs. Just like a new business is started with a less amount of money at start to analyze the output, so as the PSL, once it comes fully to Pakistan, it will reach masses and it’s growing day by day, season by season.
(All these points amid answer to the question within are in response to those disrespectful and ignorant answers who are proud of their superiority over the money matter and affordability of any players . With peace and respect 🙂

Mudassir Ali
- Mar 05, 2020 05:08 AM

I think its the other way round.

Which board would not love to have players like KOHLI,ROHIT playing for their teams. Considering their popularity.

So i think its the BCCI which doesnt allow Indian PLAYERS to play in PSL.

Also i highly doubt if they would participate in PSL even if BCCI allows as they have a very tight schedule and if free are mostly doing ads which are getting them 10 times the money they would get playing PSL.

Also if one ignores the Money factor then players would Hardly learn anything if they play PSL.Infact i think they would learn more if they get some time out of their schedule and participate in English County league.Their problems playing Swing would vanish.

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