Premier all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan’s request looking for an extended stint within the IPL has left the Bangladesh Cricket Board “dissatisfied” and it has determined so as to add new clauses within the gamers’ central contracts to keep away from an identical scenario in future.
Shakib’s need to play within the profitable league in India on the expense of representing the nationwide crew in Exams in opposition to Sri Lanka in April has not gone down effectively with BCB president Nazmul Hassan.
Signing the annual contract with new clauses would make sure the gamers commit themselves to enjoying for Bangladesh.
“We are going to enter into a brand new contact with the gamers (for 2021),” Nazmul instructed reporters, based on ESPNcricinfo.
“It will likely be talked about clearly who needs to play which format. They’ve to tell us. If they’ve another engagement, they need to be clear about their availability. It is vitally open.
“Beforehand, it trusted people however now we’re confirming it in writing, in order that no person can say that they haven’t been allowed or we stored them forcefully.”
Nazmul was talking after a gathering together with his board members on the Sher-e-Bangla Nationwide Stadium right here.
The BCB chief had mentioned it didn’t make sense to cease Shakib from enjoying within the IPL after he had made his intention clear in a latter to the board not too long ago.
“Couldn’t we’ve stopped Shakib from going (to the IPL)? He could have performed however we don’t need that,” Nazmul mentioned.
“We wish solely these to play, who actually love the sport. We’ve got tried to maintain him . When Shakib had declined to play Exams three years in the past, we made him the captain.”
Shakib will return to the IPL after his one-year ban from all types of cricket after Kolkata Knight Riders purchased him for Rs 3.2 crore in the course of the current gamers’ public sale.
The 33-year-old has beforehand performed for the Knight Riders between 2011 and 2017 and was a key member of their title-winning sides in 2012 and 2014.