Tuesday, April 15, 2008

English cricketers urged for board compliance

England's centrally-contracted players have been forbidden to play in Indian Premier League (IPL). Consequent upon this, IPL founder IS Bindra warned these players against rejecting the central contract of their country for the next year's IPL competition.

England's centrally-contracted players are prohibited from taking part in the IPL, but Bindra does not want them to take matters into their own hands.

Bindra, in an interview with a British news network, said his league does not want any player to go against their establishment to become part of the IPL.

Earlier, the England and Wales Cricket Board has announced that no centrally contracted players will be allowed to take part in the IPL.

Bindra urged the centrally-contracted players to play national cricket and not to spoil their nexus with their board for playing in the IPL, if their board disallows them to play there.

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