Bangladesh to amend contracts after Shakib Al Hasan skips Exams for IPL

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Bangladesh board chief Nazmul Hassan mentioned gamers should specify which codecs they are going to be out there for underneath a brand new clause of their contracts following Shakib Al Hasan’s resolution to skip a house Check sequence to play within the Indian Premier League.

Kolkata Knight Riders purchased all-rounder Shakib for 32 million Indian rupees ($441,940) on Thursday for this 12 months’s IPL, which is ready to start in mid-April.

The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has reluctantly allowed the 33-year-old to overlook a two-Check sequence in opposition to Sri Lanka the identical month however transferring ahead needs readability from its contracted gamers on their availability for the nationwide groups.

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“We are going to enter into a brand new contact with the gamers,” BCB President Hassan instructed native media.

“It is going to be talked about clearly who needs to play which format. If they’ve every other engagement, they need to be clear about their availability.

“We’re confirming it in writing, in order that no person can say that they have not been allowed or we stored them forcibly.”

Shakib, who returned to the nationwide set-up final month after serving a one-year ban for failing to report corrupt approaches, has been selective about enjoying Check matches in latest instances.

Hassan mentioned that whereas the BCB was disillusioned it didn’t need to drive anybody to play.

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“Could not we’ve stopped Shakib from going (to the IPL)? He might have performed however we do not need that,” he mentioned.

“We wish solely these to play, who actually love the sport. We’ve tried to maintain him . When Shakib had declined to play exams three years in the past, we made him the captain.

“I did not just like the timing of it. He was among the many gamers I anticipated would take cost of the troublesome scenario. It was disappointing.”