Multan Sultan Participating in Pakistan Super League 5th Edition?
Before the fifth edition of the Lahore Pakistan Super League (PSL), a major dispute between all franchisees and the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has been resolved and the franchisees have submitted a bank guarantee, though no information regarding the Multan Sultans. Could not be exposed.
According to private news agency ‘Express-News’, Quetta Gladiators owner Nadeem Omar Peshawar Zalmai owner Javed Afridi, Karachi Kings owner Salman Iqbal, Islamabad United owner Shoaib Naveed, and Lahore Qalandars CEO Samin. Rana has confirmed that he has paid according to the agreement.
There was no information regarding Multan Sultans and the owner of the franchise, Ali Tareen, said that he was only looking at player development issues, no knowledge of fees, etc. The team’s general manager (GM) Haidar Zahir did not call. On the bank guarantee inquiry, PCB Director of Media Sami Hassan Burney said that the board is in constant contact with franchisees on various issues, but negotiations and its results cannot be made public.
It should be noted that PCB will use the franchise check on November 11, the day on which the fee is due. On the other hand, Shoaib Malik, a Pakistani all-rounder led by Guyana Amazon, has also been named captain of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) Dream Team.
According to details, the CPL Dream Team was selected by a panel comprised of Tom Moody, Mark Boucher, Danny Morrison, Derek Nanny, Ann Bishop, and Darren Ganga, led by Shoaib Malik and appointed Head Coach Ann Botha.
Other players on the Dream Team include Landal Simmons, Brandon King, Glenn Phillips, Fabian Allen, Karen Pollard, Jason Holder, Hayden Wash Jr., Imran Tahir, Harry Gurney, and Sheldon Cottrell. The thirteenth is Chandrapal Hemraj.