Fear of objection of domestic stars on the compensation to the franchisees

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Fear of objection of domestic stars on the compensation to the franchisees

In England, the additional costs of the league and other matters will be reviewed (Photo: Express Web).

Karachi: The PSL franchises started to worry about the objection of the domestic stars on the remunerations.

Another meeting regarding PSL was held yesterday in which COOPCB Salman Naseer and other officials, franchise owners and officials participated, on this occasion all the teams once again jointly decided the dates of the tenth edition. Expressing concerns over a possible clash with the KIPL, the board assured them that availability in the league would be ensured by contacting the boards and players directly.

Chairman Mohsin Naqvi had proposed to hold the play-off including the final in England or Australia. In this regard, Salman Naseer will review the expenses and other matters during his visit to England and give a report after which the final decision will be taken, additional expenses and The PCB was also asked to contribute in the form of additional compensation to the major players.

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Franchise owners once again expressed their apprehension that if big foreign cricketers are brought in with high fees, how will domestic cricketers like Babar Azam, Shaheen Shah Afridi, Mohammad Rizwan and Shadab Khan be persuaded to play for less money? It was also advised to seek feedback from the broadcaster regarding the matches in England.

A PCB official in the meeting said that we will talk to foreign boards to send some of their players to play in the PSL, asking if the IPL is willing to pay more, how can any cricketer No board can stop it.

One owner asked the board to allow direct contracts with foreign players, to which another owner asked to apply the same to domestic cricketers.

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