Australian veteran Adam Gilchrist issues a “Getting Little Bit Dangerous” caution regarding the dominance of IPL franchises.
to allay worries about the Indian Premier League (IPL) teams’ expanding influence in world cricket. Their current “monopolization” tendency, according to Adam Gilchrist, is risky.
Adam Gilchrist, a well-known wicketkeeper, has questioned the Indian Premier League (IPL) teams’ expanding influence in international cricket. Claiming that the alarming current trend of their “monopolization” David Warner, an Australian batsman, may decide to forego playing in the forthcoming Big Bash Tournament (BBL) in favor of a more lucrative United Arab Emirates T20 tournament this season. based on speculations that have emerged following Gilchrist’s remarks. It’s interesting to note that three IPL franchises, Delhi Capitals, Kolkata Knight Riders, and Mumbai Indians, have all made investments in UAE T20 league clubs.
On the Whateley radio show on SEN, Gilchrist claimed that because the IPL franchises own many clubs in the Caribbean Premier League, they are beginning to have a global impact. Let’s not single out Warner because there will be other players on the radar; all of that is part of letting him go off, or another player, he continued. I understand that they can’t make David Warner play in the BBL, he stated.
So how much power it has over player ownership, talent ownership, and where they can and cannot play is beginning to scare me a little.
The three-time World Cup champion Australian asked his nation’s cricket board to pay notice to the issue because other cricketers might follow Warner’s lead sooner rather than later.
Gilchrist remarked that if Warner decides to quit playing cricket for Australia and represent his Indian franchise side in different competitions. You can’t challenge him on that since it is his choice and he has taken all the necessary steps to establish his profile and increase his market value.
So he said, “When a fresh, younger player joins and starts making those noises, it will be really difficult.
Gilchrist has played for IPL teams like the Kings XI Punjab and the now-defunct Deccan Charges. Which now goes by the moniker Punjab Kings. Gilchrist played in 13 T20 Internationals, 287 ODIs, and 96 Tests for Australia. In 2009, he helped the Deccan Charges win their first IPL championship.
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