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We have so far received four to five EOI for Chittagong franchise- Jalal

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We have so far received four to five EOI for Chittagong franchise- Jalal
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|| CF Correspondent ||

The Bangladesh Premier League Governing Council are to sit and chalk-out the by-laws of the tournament having finished series of meetings with the six existing franchises. With only around a month in hand to the Players’ Draft for the seventh edition of the tournament, the BPL GC are mulling to soon circulate the tournament by-laws amongst the franchises.

The BPL GC in order to start a fresh four-year cycle over the past week met the franchises owners and representatives to understand their suggestion and observation based on experience.

The decision to meet with the franchises one at a time had come after the BPL GC faced criticism over their proposed decision to start new set of rules in the tournament.

The BPL GC on Sunday met Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) president Nazmul Hasan to discuss and address the findings from the meetings with the franchises.

“We met the president [Nazmul] to address him of the meetings we had with the BPL franchises. Informed him of the observations we had from the meetings. We will soon sit again to chalk-out the by-laws and then circulate those to the franchises,” said BCB director and BPL GC technical committee chairman Jalal Younus to the media on Sunday.

When quarried if the BPL GC will consider the suggestions of the franchises, Jalal said, “Well we have listened [in the meeting] to the suggestions that the franchises had. Now we will work on preparing the by-laws for the tournament.”

Alongside setting the rules that are two remain for the next four season of the tournament, BPL GC is also in search of new owners of Chittagong franchise. Chittagong was left without an owner after its previous owner, DBL Group, decided to discontinue in the tournament. The BPL GC is also in thoughts to add a new franchise making it eighth-team competition.

“he Bangladesh Premier League Governing Council are to sit and chalk-out the by-laws of the tournament having finished series of meetings with the six existing franchises. With only around a month in hand to the Players’ Draft for the seventh edition of the tournament, the BPL GC are mulling to soon circulate the tournament by-laws amongst the franchises. 

The BPL GC in order to start a fresh four-year cycle over the past week met the franchises owners and representatives to understand their suggestion and observation based on experience.

The decision to meet with the franchises one at a time had come after the BPL GC faced criticism over their proposed decision to start new set of rules in the tournament.

The BPL GC on Sunday met Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) president Nazmul Hasan to discuss and address the findings from the meetings with the franchises.

“We met the president [Nazmul] to address him of the meetings we had with the BPL franchises. Informed him of the observations we had from the meetings. We will soon sit again to chalk-out the by-laws and then circulate those to the franchises,” said BCB director and BPL GC technical committee chairman Jalal Younus to the media on Sunday.

When quarried if the BPL GC will consider the suggestions of the franchises, Jalal said, “Well we have listened [in the meeting] to the suggestions that the franchises had. Now we will work on preparing the by-laws for the tournament.”

Alongside setting the rules that are two remain for the next four season of the tournament, BPL GC is also in search of new owners of Chittagong franchise. Chittagong was left without an owner after its previous owner, DBL Group, decided to discontinue in the tournament. The BPL GC is also in thoughts to add a new franchise making it eighth-team competition.

“We have so far received four to five EOI for Chittagong franchise. We will soon start assessing those,” Jalal informed. 

The seventh edition of BPL T20 is scheduled to start on December 6 this year.   

We will soon start assessing those,” Jalal informed.

The seventh edition of BPL T20 is scheduled to start on December 6 this year.   

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