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25 August, 2019 00:00 00 AM
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Sylhet propose sporting wickets for BPL

Sixers’ payment dispute with BCB settled
SPORTS REPORTER, Dhaka

Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) Sylhet franchisee confirmed that they have settled their financial disputes with the BPL Governing Council through their effectual discussion.

Along with that, the franchisee made sure that they are agreed to sign the new four-year agreement so that they can participate in the blockbuster domestic Twenty20 Cricket Tournament.

Sylhet Sixers CEO Yasir Obaid came up with the disclosure after holding an effectual meeting with the BPL Governing Council at the BCB-Management Office of the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium (SBNCS) in Mirpur yesterday. The participation of the Sylhet franchisee in the BPL was in tether after they failed to clear the fifty percent of their participation fee in the last edition. Then when they missed to attend the scheduled date of their meeting, it was surfaced a speculation that they might be scraped from the tournament like the Chattogram franchisee.

Finally, former finance minister and Sixers chief patron Abul Maal Abdul Muhith himself came with its CEO and managing director to discuss with the GC at BCB though he didn’t face the media.

“We’ve discussed what we had (due payment). Everything has been sorted out. BCB called us for the next four-year agreement. We’re thinking about how we can move forward with the tournament,” said Yasir Obaid.

“We had come here to discuss the matter. Already you all known that a four-year franchisee agreement will be done. The agreement has been finished after the conclusion of the sixth edition of the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL). The new agreement will be done for the seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth edition. So, the new rules and regulations will be devised how to form squad and how will be done the direct signing of the players in the subsequent editions,” Obaid told media at the reception center of the SBNCS in Mirpur yesterday.

“Now BCB is discussing with all the franchisees and taking the opinions from all. We gave our opinions. Probably they will sit again with the franchisees after converging all the recommendations and then the franchisee agreement will be done,” he added.

The Sixers CEO said that they will soon submit a written statement to the BCB regarding their suggestion with the proposal.

“Basically we’ve given our some observations. We told about grounds and revenues along with other matters. Each franchisee gave their opinions from their perspective. We’ve given our opinions,” he said.

“We’ll soon submit a written statement to the BCB regarding it with proposal, where there will be remained not only the matter of the revenue but also direct signing, players’ retention and subsequent other issues for the four years. How it will be held this year and the next three years,” he also said.

Yasir Obaid voiced the identical views with other franchisees regarding players’ retention policy. “We’ve voiced the identical views about players’ retention as it’s a very good tournament. BCB told us to give our suggestions in written form. We’re thinking about it but nothing is finalised yet,” he replied.

Sixers managing Director Maashed R Abdullah said that, “We’ve put forward a proposal of sporting wickets in BPL to the BCB so that they give their focus on to make it in the ensuing edition and the matches in BPL could be competitive one.

 

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