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IPL Auction And It's Impact on Indian Cricket

Discussion in 'Political & Social' started by Royaluni, Feb 4, 2013.

  1. Royaluni

    Royaluni Administrator

    IPL auction recently took place as they always do, “Loaded with glamour and money”. It is often said in the past that Indian players have stopped focusing on international cricket and rather they focus on IPL because it fetch them more money.

    There is nothing wrong with making money but point is how far it can take Indian cricket. Indian cricket team has struggled in the recent past and even with the win over England, it is quite clear that they cannot contest on abroad pitches the way they should be.

    It is again a speculation but looking at their performance in the recent past, it seems that most of the players are happy playing in IPL and they primarily focus on to make more money in the IPL auction.

    There are many players who have got good money in the IPL auction but are nowhere close to play for international Indian team.

    Sometime, they don’t even look interested. It may set a wrong trend with catastrophic results in the long term for Indian cricket.

    In the recent IPL auction, 37 players were auctioned with the total amount of $11.89 million.
    What do you think, why not share your view on it?

    And yes, please spread the word so that more and more people can join this discussion.

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