PSL faces another test case
Pakistan Super League is scheduled to begin in February this year but a sudden change in the dates and venues of the Masters Cricket League is a concern for PSL head Najam Sethi.
While talking to a leading newspaper in Pakistan Sethi said that MCL has been rescheduled now from the 28th of January to February 13th although it was originally supposed to begin from January 24th and conclude on February 4th. This change in scenario has meant that it will directly collide with the Pakistan Super League and Sethi is not at all pleased at this latest development.
The venues of MCL were Abu Dhabi and Dubai but they changed those as well to Dubai and Sharjah which is against the MoU signed between PSL and MCL.
In response to a question regarding the change in franchise names, Sethi said that no team is allowed to change it even if they are associated with a private media group because this clearly against the rules.
Although the PSL has been facing quite a few problems off late but Najam Sethi said that they will hold the league successfully this year.