'Krte kya hai aisa ye' - Fans react as Indian Cricket Board plans to discuss workload management with Indian T20 League Franchises

These speculations ahead of Indian T20 League have also drawn reactions and comments from Indian cricket fans. The fans took to Twitter to...

Jan 29, 2023 05:46 IST
New Update
Indian T20 League

The workload management of the players has always been a concern for the Indian team between international cricket and the Indian T20 League since the inception of the tournament 15 years back in the year 2008. It has been reflected on a couple of occasions that the availability of players for the national team got affected due to their commitments in the cash-rich T20 tournament.


In a recent piece of news,  the Indian cricket Board has planned to discuss with the franchises of the Indian T20 League regarding the workload management of the players. It is also very important considering the commencement of the ODI World Cup later this year in the month of October and November in their own backyard.

“Meeting will brief the franchises on how the NCA wishes to keep a tab on the players’ fitness. The recent spate of injuries to the players has pushed the Board to take such a step. While Ravindra Jadeja is expected to return to action during the ensuing Test series against Australia next month, Jasprit Bumrah’s availability is still under a cloud,” said the Indian Cricket Board sources to The Telegraph.

Kolkata CEO denied any official comments on the same

Although the Kolkata franchise CEO Venky Mysore went on to clarify that nothing official has arrived in the same case and avoided making any comment on the grounds of media reports.


“There’s nothing official about it. The BCCI hasn’t told us anything. It wouldn’t be proper to make a comment on the basis of media reports,” said Mysore.

“The BCCI cannot direct a franchise to rest a player unless he is unfit. After all, the players have a contract with the franchises,” a franchise official said to journalists.

“The franchises also hire physios and masseurs who have worked with national teams earlier and so there’s nothing to panic about for the BCCI,” he added later.


Although these speculations have also drawn reactions and comments from Indian cricket fans. The fans took to Twitter to come up with various reactions on the workload management of Indian players in light of the fact that it is a World Cup year ahead.

Here’s how fans reacted:




#India #IPL 2023