ECB, SLC express reservations over the controversial T10 League

ECB, SLC express reservations over the controversial T10 League

England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) have shown reservations to the International Cricket Council regarding the controversial T10 League.

The two boards are likely to communicate their concerns to the ICC in written form. Moreover, they are unlikely to send their players to play the dubious ten-over league.

The Pakistan Cricket Board raised questions on the credibility of the T10 League as the board is unaware about the owners and entities who are sponsoring the event.

Ehsan Mani, chairman PCB, stated that they will not issue No Objection Certificates (NOC) to players to play the league until they get satisfactory answers.

“In fact, I have asked the ICC for reassurance because they have sanctioned it and I need it in writing that they are totally satisfied that this league does not give any element which can bring Pakistan players into dispute,” Mani stated a few days back.

Earlier, former India’s skipper, Mohammad Azharuddin also refused to take the role of president of talent hunt in India, citing the reports surrounding the league.

“I was asked to take on the role of director of a talent hunt in India for the T10 League, but with recent media reports surrounding the league, it’s better I stay away from this. I wish the league all the best,” Azharuddin wrote on his official Twitter account earlier