IPL 2020: This cricketer will not be able to play cricket with KKR team this year

Sep 14 2020 02:47 PM
IPL 2020: This cricketer will not be able to play cricket with KKR team this year

There are a few days left for IPL 2020 to begin. The IPL is going to start on 19 September this year. Now according to the recent news, Pravin Tambe is not going to play this time. This time he is finding it difficult to play in IPL. Recently, a list of some rules of BCCI has come out due to which the Tambe will not be able to play IPL this year. This time he has been disqualified for the IPL.

According to the information recently, Pravin Tambe may appear as a member of the coaching staff this time. He will be associated with the Kolkata team as a member of the coaching staff. Well, information about this is given by KKR team CEO Venky Mysore. Now Praveen Tambe had participated in foreign T20 and T10 leagues and for this reason BCCI has disqualified him for IPL this year.

You would know that BCCI does not allow players who want to play domestic cricket in India and to play IPL in foreign T20 leagues. Apart from this, if a player wants to play in a foreign league, then he has to retire from Indian cricket. It may be noted that Pravin Tambe had participated in the foreign league without BCCI's permission. Not only this, but he was also part of the Trinbago Knight Riders team in the Caribbean Premier League this year.

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