View Full Version : Bangladesh board denies bypassing PCB

January 22, 2013, 05:41 AM
The Bangladesh Cricket Panel (BCB) has declined the Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) statements that it had not followed the appropriate procedure for nearing gamers for the Bangladesh Leading Group. The Bangladesh board also said that the PCB's last-minute rejection to provide Pakistan gamers NOCs has triggered it to be in a "difficult and uncomfortable situation".

"On Dec 5, 2012, the BCB had officially published to the nationwide cricket organizations of all Complete Associates looking for assistance and collaboration for issuance of 'No Argument Certificate' to the cricketers under their specific legislation who were enthusiastic about doing the 2nd version of BPL T20," a BCB press launch said.

"The following gamer public auction, in which many Pakistani gamers were bid for and grabbed by different operations, obtained globally press protection. At no factor during the ongoing interaction between the BCB and PCB on various issues since the BPL 2013 public auction on Dec 20, 2012 did the PCB increase any problem about the NOC problem until Jan 16, 2013."

The PCB had stated that the BCB side stepped them and contacted the gamers straight. "This was unfortunately sensed by BCB when they contacted PCB at the last time for launch of the gamers for their league," a Pakistan board press launch said.

"As per exercise and techniques in fashion, a house board has to strategy the viewing players' mother or father board looking for launch of its gamers for their household cricket contests. In BPL's situation, BCB, their associates or the players' providers were in get in touch with straight with the Pakistan gamers and PCB was kept out of this procedure. Even the public auction of Pakistan gamers at BPL was done without PCB's before authorization or intimation."

The BCB also advised Pakistan of their collaboration when Sydney had rejected to trip the nation in 2008. Bangladesh had visited Pakistan in Apr that season, enjoying five ODIs and a Twenty20. But over the last season, the interaction between the two forums have been inadequate, concluding in the PCB avoiding their players' contribution in Bangladesh's household Twenty20 competitors.

January 22, 2013, 06:31 AM
This battle will continue. Anyone read Rashid Latif's interview? Pakistani players, ex players are certainly not happy with PCB's decision. They lose out at the end.