Regarding the supremacy of IPL franchises, Australian legend Adam Gilchrist delivers a “Getting Little Bit Dangerous” warning.
In response to concerns about the Indian Premier League (IPL) teams’ growing sway in international cricket. Adam Gilchrist asserted that their current “monopolization” pattern is dangerous.
The renowned wicketkeeper Adam Gilchrist has questioned the Indian Premier League (IPL) teams’ growing sway in international cricket. Saying that the current trend of their “monopolization” is dangerous. The Australian batsman David Warner may decide to forgo competing in the upcoming Big Bash Tournament (BBL) this season in favor of a more lucrative United Arab Emirates T20 competition. According to rumors that have surfaced since Gilchrist made his comments. It’s noteworthy to notice that Delhi Capitals, Kolkata Knight Riders, and Mumbai Indians, three IPL franchises, have all invested in UAE T20 league teams.
Gilchrist said on SEN’s Whateley radio show that the IPL franchises are starting to create a global influence given that they own numerous clubs in the Caribbean Premier League. To allow him then go off, or another player; Let’s not single out Warner because there will be other guys on the radar, is all part of that, he added. “They can’t force David Warner to play in the BBL, I get that,” he said.
It’s starting to worry me a little bit how much control it has over player ownership, talent ownership, and where they can and cannot play.
The three-time World Cup winner Australian urged his country’s cricket board to pay attention to the problem because Warner’s example may be followed sooner rather than later by other cricketers.
So if Warner chooses to leave Australian cricket and play for his Indian franchise team in various events, Gilchrist said. “You can’t challenge him on that, that’s his option and he’s done everything he needs to earn the profile and attain the market value.”
So he stated, “It will be particularly challenging when a new, younger player enters and starts making those noises.
Gilchrist has played for IPL clubs such as the now-defunct Deccan Charges and Kings XI Punjab. Which has since changed its name to Punjab Kings. Gilchrist represented Australia in 96 Tests, 287 ODIs, and 13 T20 Internationals. He had led the Deccan Charges to their first IPL title in 2009 with them.
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