The Bangladesh Cricket Board on Monday stated it might reconsider the No-Objection Certificate (NOC) for Shakib Al Hasan, a day after the star all-rounder accused the physique of “misrepresenting” him over his determination to want the IPL over nationwide workforce obligation.
Shakib had on Sunday claimed that the BCB has “misrepresented” his determination to play within the IPL on the expense of serving the nationwide workforce in a Test collection in opposition to Sri Lanka.
BCB cricket operations chairman Akram Khan, who spoke shortly after a gathering on the board president Nazmul Hassan’s residence right here, stated that discussions about Shakib’s NOC might be held within the subsequent couple of days.
“I heard that he said that I didn’t read his letter,” Khan stated.
“Perhaps I misunderstood his letter. He wants to play Tests, from what he has said. In the next couple of days we will discuss about his NOC. If he has interest, he will play Tests in Sri Lanka. We will decide about the rest after hearing the whole interview,” he was quoted as saying by ESPNcricinfo.com.
Khan stated that in Shakib’s letter the cricketer had clearly talked about that he has opted out of the Sri Lanka collection to play within the IPL.
“Shakib wrote in the letter that he wants to play the IPL instead of the Test series in Sri Lanka,” he stated.
With Bangladesh not in rivalry within the World Test Championship, Shakib, who will symbolize Kolkata Knight Riders within the cash-rich T20 match, had stated that it was extra significant to compete within the IPL, as that will assist him put together higher for the subsequent T20 World Cup, which might be held in India later this 12 months.
Former Bangladesh captain and excessive efficiency programme’s chairman, Naimur Rahman termed Shakib’s feedback as shocking.
“In the last five years, a number of our Under-19 cricketers have come through the HP to play for the senior team,” Rahman stated.
“They recently beat Ireland Wolves. So this is a surprising comment. I don’t know if there’s anything behind it.”
“He also spoke about respecting players, so did he respect the former cricketers in the board?” he stated.