Prime Time Zone, Sports: The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has come up with a new rule for players. This provision will prevent their country’s cricketers from playing in other leagues like the IPL anymore. It is learned that the ban was brought in the wake of the recent incident in which Bangla former captain Shakib Al Hasan, who was playing cricket again after the ban ended. Bangladesh are scheduled to play a Test series against Sri Lanka in April as part of the World Test Championship. However, Shakib sought permission from the BCB to allow him to play in the IPL at that time. The BCB was fired for asking him to stay away from the team while the national team was playing a crucial series. This brought about a new rule in the players’ annual contracts.
‘Before any player can sign an annual contract, they have to say in advance which formats they want to play that year. Specify when and how long it will be available during the year. It is no longer a personal decision to participate in other leagues. By signing like this they will know how long they will be available to the national team in the future. There is no question that we will stop them from participating in the leagues by force, ‘said BCB President Nazmul Hasan. Shakib decided to play in the IPL. We did not harm him. Nazmul made it clear that we want those who want to play for the country. Meanwhile, in the recent mini auction, Shakeable was bought by Kolkata Knight Riders for Rs. Bought for Rs 3.2 crore.
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