Yuvraj Singh has consented to make a rebound to play for Punjab in the up and coming homegrown season and has even composed a letter to BCCI President Sourav Ganguly requesting that the board’s authorization emerge from retirement. Yuvraj purportedly has been approached to re-visitation of the Punjab side as a player-cum-coach.
Not long ago, the southpaw had even gone to an instructional course with numerous Punjab youths including Shubman Gill and Anmolpreet Singh. Yuvraj may have declared his rebound designs however a ultimate choice will lie in the possession of the BCCI.
Yuvraj is likewise accepting a benefits of Rs 22,500 every month
As indicated by rules, it would seem that Yuvraj probably won’t be permitted to play for Punjab once more. He is right now recorded as a resigned part in the BCCI’s records. Besides, he additionally has gotten his one-time advantage and is likewise accepting a benefits of Rs 22,500 every month.
“Getting the opportunity to invest energy with somebody as experienced as Yuvraj could be the best thing to occur for the youthful players coming into the Punjab crew. Yet, at that point, he has not just gotten a one-time advantage post-retirement yet in addition purportedly gets an annuity of around Rs 22,500. These are completely archived in the records of the BCCI too from the hour of his retirement in 2019. The last call lies with the load up,” a load up official said as cited by Times Now.
Yuvraj even has played in two unfamiliar associations since his retirement. The left-hander was a piece of Toronto Nationals in Global T20 Canada and Maratha Arabians in the T10 alliance. As per the BCCI rules, a player needs to resign from worldwide cricket, homegrown cricket and IPL to accomplish NOC from the board. Indeed, even in Ganguly wants for Yuvraj’s rebound, the guidelines may deny him to do as such.
Not long ago, the BCCI had additionally banished Pravin Tambe from playing IPL because of his inclusion in T10 class in 2018. Upon his retirement in 2018, Tambe made a rebound in 2019 and was purchased by Kolkata Knight Riders for IPL 2020. Nonetheless, he was denied to take an interest in the IPL as he previously was enlisted as a resigned part in the board’s records. 48-year-old Tambe as of late turned into the main Indian male player to play in an abroad T20 class by playing in CPL 2020.