All franchises are sad with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) decided to revert to the old contract when it comes to the prize money for franchises from the playoffs stage onwards.
Sources say that – Delhi Capitals was the first franchise to take up the issue and now all eight have decided to take up the matter with Ganguly.
The group of Delhi Capitals was the initiator of the contradiction. After it said that all the franchisees would be influenced by this choice, different establishments consented to converse with the BCCI.
The proprietors of the IPL groups will sign the letter and afterward it will be sent to Chairman of the Board of Control for Cricket in India, BCCI, Ganguly. The greatest issue the letter will collect is the IPL prize cash decrease by half. A source stated, “indeed while settling on this choice, we were not by any means educated about it. We came to think about this after the news showed up in the media.”
Has the letter been sent to BCCI? To this inquiry, the source stated, “It is prepared and will reach BCCI president Sourav Ganguly in the following 24 hours. Six franchisees have consented to it while Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings have been educated and they will unquestionably concur. We talked via telephone and through messages. It is hard to converse with the proprietors of the considerable number of establishments together.”
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- The value of internet hosting the match additionally elevated, now the state affiliation will get 50 lakhs for every match