Kochi Tuskers Kerala gamers from IPL 2011 nonetheless owed 35 % of their wages, claims Brad Hodge
Melbourne: Former Australia batsman Brad Hodge on Monday cheekily enquired if BCCI has been capable of “find” the cash that the now defunct Kochi Tuskers Kerala owed him for representing them within the 2010 version of Indian Premier League (IPL).
The 46-year-old had performed 14 video games for KTK, scoring 285 runs at a mean of 35.63. He was purchased by Kochi Tuskers for $425,000 on the 2010 public sale.
“Gamers are nonetheless owed 35% of their cash earned from ten years in the past from the @IPL representing Kochi tuskers. Any likelihood @BCCI might find that cash?,” Hodge tweeted.
As per Hodge’s tweet, it appears that evidently Kochi Tuskers nonetheless owe the Australian greater than $127,000.
— Brad Hodge (@bradhodge007) May 24, 2021
He was reacting to a report printed within the The Telegraph in regards to the Indian girls’s crew not receiving their share of $550,000 ICC prize cash from the BCCI.
It have to be famous that Kochi Tuskers had been expelled after only one season for defaulting on an annual cost of Rs 155.3 crores in 2011.
Gamers reminiscent of Rahul Dravid, S Sreesanth and Mahela Jayawardene had represented the franchise, which was purchased for a whopping Rs 1,550 crore. It had completed eighth within the 10-team match.
KTK had didn’t pay the financial institution assure per yr, which led to their termination from the cash-rich league.
One of many co-owners of the franchise, Rendezvous Sports activities World had dragged BCCI to the Bombay Excessive Court docket, which ordered the Indian board to pay the franchise Rs 550 crore.
In 2012, there have been stories that some cricketers who performed for the disbanded IPL crew, did not obtain 30 to 40 % of their promised funds.
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