IPL 2014 Auctions
Indian Premier League (IPL) era has been started in 2008 and till date six seasons have passed of this twenty-twenty cricket championship. IPL seventh season auctions are ready to gust this time as the contract for three years for all IPL players end in this season. Anything can happened this time, may Mahender Singh Dhoni will shift from his Chennai Super Kings to Pune Warriors or Delhi Daredevils or any other IPL team. Same thing can applied to other players of IPL and the basic reason behind this transformation is senior player’s wants to list in IPL 2014 as they have made indication to their franchise. In IPL 2014, all players will auction and the player who auction for 2013 will again face the auction. IPL 2013 had the maximum value of 67 crore but the predictions accorded that it will cross this season of 2014.
Latest appealing for IPL 2014 Auction
This time auctions are likely to be held in rupees rather than in dollars due to fluctuating exchange rates. Shift from dollars to INR is feasible as the league is based in India and the franchises also want to fix their amount for their team in the Indian rate so that they can easily figure out exact salary for each player.
A new turn in IPL 2014
As the Indian Premier League has formed with 10 teams but due to some critical circumstances Kochi Tuskers were terminated, so the team reduced to nine. Subsequently, this change will impact a lot on team players as well as on the economic revenue. Now, the enjoyment of 76 matches has reduced to 74 where all the teams will be participating in 14 matches. Rajeev Shukla, chairman of IPL said that the team will surely earn 50 crores of the entire revenue.
Most Expensive Player Predictions
Most of the players will move from their respective teams to another team for IPL 2014 and the new auctions will be made. Think what had happened if players like Dale Steyen, Praveen Kumar move to other franchisee leaving behind their team in which they are into. Yes, this sort of things would be happened in the new season. Maybe Sachin Tendulkar would leave the Mumbia Indians and Dhoni, Raina, Ashwin, Vijay known the synonyms of CSK will no more remain in this team. As such there will no predictions came from IPL committee about who will be the most expensive in the IPL 2014 list.
No Cheerleaders and Strategic Timeouts in IPL 2014
Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) chief, Jagmohan Dalmia said that no cheerleaders and strategic timeouts happened during the IPL season 2014. Other things like if anyone of the team player indulge in illegal activities then the owners of that team will be held accountable. This concept should be followed in the upcoming 2014 season to keep away fixing in the IPL matches.
Having the big stars is not the brilliance of the team but the one, which boasts of players who bask in the glory of each other.
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