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Trying to buy IPL franchise players by showing fear of Money

According to Media reports

Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Kolkata Knight Riders:

The leading Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Kolkata Knight Riders has made a big offer for English opener Jason Roy.

According to Media reports:

According to media reports, Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Kolkata Knight Riders will pay Jason Roy INR 3.68 crore to play in the American T20 league in case of termination of the contract with the English Cricket Board (ECB). While the board gives them 66 thousand Euros (Rs. 66 lakh) annually.

The franchise has offered Jason Roy an option to choose between country and money.

On the other hand, after the news surfaced on social media where fans questioned the English cricketer’s patriotism, Jason Roy responded on Twitter (x) that I wanted to make it clear that I am ‘not away from England*’ and never have been. will go.

On the other hand, the England and Wales Cricket Board had decided not to give NOC to the players for foreign leagues, the board said that the players would be allowed to play Major League cricket under the agreement.

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English Cricketers have been lured by Money from the IPL Franchise:

This is not the first time that English cricketers have been lured by money by the IPL franchise. Last year also, the IPL franchises paid 5 million pounds to 5* English cricketers to leave international cricket. Contracts up to Rs.

Franchise Owners IPL:

The franchise owners have offered the players a hefty compensation if they opt out of international cricket to make it possible for them to be available for leagues throughout the year.

Indian Premier League {IPL} offer for English opener:

Leading Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Kolkata Knight Riders have made a huge offer for English opener Jason Roy.

The franchise presents Jason Roy with the choice between country and money.

On the other hand, after the news surfaced on social media where fans questioned the English cricketer’s patriotism, Jason Roy responded on Twitter (x) that I want to make it clear that I am ‘not away from England’. I am and never have been. will go.

NOC to the players for foreign Leagues:

On the other hand, the England and Wales Cricket Board had decided not to give NOC to the players for foreign leagues, the board says that under the agreement the players will be allowed to play Major League cricket.

This is not the first time that English cricketers have been lured by an IPL franchise. Last year also, IPL franchises paid 5 million pounds to 5 English cricketers to quit international cricket. Contracts up to Rs

Franchise owners have offered players huge compensation if they opt out of international cricket to make it possible for them to remain available for leagues throughout the year.

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