PCB to charm remote players with additional prize
Players are offered $20,000 every, better settlement at NCA to play PSL last in Lahore
LAHORE: to persuade outside players to play in the forthcoming Pakistan Super League’s (PSL) last in Lahore, the Pakistan Cricket Board is prepared to offer to the abroad selects additional money related reward and better convenience offices at the National Cricket Academy (NCA).
Conversing with the media here, PSL Chairman Najam Sethi said that the abroad players were being offered additional cash to play the last in the city. “We are putting forth them at any rate $20,000 each on the off chance that they play the last in Lahore,” he said. PCB has as of now started the way toward marking new abroad players for the up and coming release of PSL’s.
New Zealand’s Brendon McCullum, England’s Eoin Morgan, Sri Lanka’s Lasith Malinga and South Africa’s Albie Morkel are now on board, he educated. He said that some outside players had effectively consented to play the PSL last in the city. “I can guarantee you that the PSL last in Lahore will be greater than the one held in UAE last February,” he said.
He included that 14 new stays with top-class offices were being developed at the NCA, contiguous the Gaddafi stadium as convenience for these players. He said that the arrangement was to have convenience for the groups at the NCA as a component of the security arrangement for the PSL last.
No top group has visited Pakistan since March 2009 after the aggressors assaulted the Sri Lankan cricket group transport close Gaddafi stadium. Be that as it may, the board as of late purchased four impenetrable transports as a measure to persuade different groups to shed their security anxieties and visit the nation.