Emirates League; Pakistani cricketers could not get NOC -

Emirates League; Pakistani cricketers could not get NOC

The first edition of the UAE Twenty League will be held from January 6 to February 12 next year.

The PCB did not look favorably on this event and therefore raised the issue of increasing league losses before the ICC.

It is also being considered to prevent the players from participating in the leagues of the associated countries in the future.

According to the sources, no Pakistani cricketer has been allowed to participate in the Emirates League so far, 2-star cricketers asked for NOC from the board but both were refused, others did not contact after seeing this, Babar Azam, Shaheen Shah. Afridi, Shadab Khan, and Mohammad Rizwan were approached by several players from various franchises, the reasons for refusal being cited as international cricket series and workload.

Pakistani cricketers will also participate in the PSL with series from New Zealand, West Indies, and England at the end of this year and early next year. also did not get permission to go to UAE, some time ago 2 players were offered 12,12 crore rupees, and others were also asked for heavy compensation, however, seeing the cold attitude of the board, the franchises have now turned to Pakistani cricketers. I have stopped watching.

When some players contacted the organizers, they were told that the PCB has not yet clarified the NOC policy, but according to sources, several million dollars have been demanded from the UAE for the permit.

It should be noted that the Indian boards give money to all the boards in return for allowing the cricketers to participate in the IPL, but the UAE has not made such a policy yet.

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