The owner of Haier Pakistan, the company which had bid for the whole sale rights of the planned Pakistan Super League (PSL), has said the postponement of the bidding process and event was "unfortunate".
The Pakistan Cricket Board`s Super League Twenty20 seems to be falling apart even before it has started with a top official associated with the League having resigned indicating a lack of consensus over the decision to postpone the event.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has postponed the country`s first-ever domestic Twenty20 league, the Pakistan Super League (PSL) after being hit by a warning over security fears in the terror-prone nation.
Pakistan Super League (PSL) has suffered a setback after Cricket Australia (CA) and Cricket South Africa (CSA) decided not to issue NOCs to their contracted players for the twenty20 tournament scheduled to be held in Lahore from March 26th.
Former South African all-rounder and ICC match referee Mike Proctor and retired umpires Rudi Koertzen and Russell Tiffin have confirmed that they will officiate in the Pakistan Super League, starting March 26.
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chief Zaka Ashraf has said the board will offer visiting players participating in the Pakistan Super League insurance worth two million dollars each in a bid to overcome security fears and revive international cricket in the country.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has asked players` unions across the world to stop creating negative hype about security concerns related to the Pakistan Super League (PSL), which is scheduled to start from March 26.
Former ICC chief executive, Haroon Lorgat, who is an advisor to the Pakistan Super League (PSL), has said that the warning issued by Federation of International Cricketers Associations (FICA) to players asking them not to travel to Pakistan because of security concerns, could adversely impact the tournament.
Terming International Cricket Players Association`s suggestion to it member players to keep away from the Pakistan Super League as "unfortunate", former chief executive of the ICC, Haroon Lorgat said the security situation here is different from what the world thinks.
In an effort to rope in as many international players as possible for Pakistan Super League, the PCB had approached the BCCI to release Indian players for the T20 tournament, the Board said on Wednesday.