Pravin Tambe stirred social media when he was picked by Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) at his base worth of INR 20 lakhs and have become the oldest participant ever to discover a bid on the Indian Premier League (IPL) public sale. Nevertheless, the 48-year-old won’t participate within the upcoming version of the profitable league as he has been disqualified.
The explanation for Tambe’s disqualification was his involvement in T10 League – a ten-over format match within the United Arab Emirates launched and owned by T Ten Sports activities Administration.
As per the principles of the Board of Cricket Management in India (BCCI), a participant can solely take part within the abroad league after his retirement, and Tambe did retire in 2018 by informing his state board Mumbai Cricket Affiliation (MCA). Due to this fact, he was legally able to take part within the T10 League. Nevertheless, after the conclusion of the 10-overs competitors, Tambe got here again and withdrew his determination.
The IPL chairman Brijesh Patel knowledgeable the franchise KKR in regards to the determination concerning Tambe.
“He (Tambe) received’t be allowed to play IPL. He received’t be allowed; in any other case, we have now to permit everybody,” mentioned Patel as quoted by The Indian Specific.
The cash-rich league chief defined the principles regarding such happenings.
“The board solely permits gamers to play in in the future, three days, 4 days, and county cricket, and every participant has to hunt BCCI and respective state affiliation’s no-objection certificates. The case with T10 and T20 is completely different,” added Patel.
Tambe performed for the Rajasthan Royals, Gujarat Lions, and the Sunrisers Hyderabad within the IPL. The leggie picked up 28 wickets general in 33 video games.
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