BCCI May Be To Introduce Cooling Off Period For Retired Players Looking To Join T20 Leagues

BCCI May Introduce Cooling Off Period For Retired IPL Stars: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) can now bring a new rule regarding its retired players, so that they can be prevented from playing in foreign leagues immediately. At present, Indian players used to take NOC from BCCI after retiring from all formats including Indian Premier League (IPL), so that they could play in foreign leagues. Now regarding this, the rule of cooling off period can be implemented for the players who take retirement from BCCI.

This topic will be discussed during the meeting of BCCI’s Apex Council on July 7 and a decision will be taken after that. Right now there is no rule of any kind from the BCCI for the players taking retirement. In such a situation, he cannot be stopped from playing in foreign leagues as soon as he retires.

Ambati Rayudu, part of the winning team Chennai Super Kings in the 16th season of IPL, decided to retire and play in the T20 league to be held in America. BCCI is now considering bringing a rule of cooling off period to prevent such incidents.

This rule can be of 1 year

Talking about the cooling off period rule, according to the report of Indian Express, it can be implemented for a period of 1 year on players who retire from all formats including IPL. With this, the decision of such players can be stopped, who are announcing their retirement ahead of time. After this, they will also have to take NOC certificate from the board.

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