IT'S ALL CLEAR NOW. The confusion surrounding the IPL player retention which made headlines for the past few weeks is now settled. After the IPL Governing Council met yesterday, it has been reported that teams will be allowed to retain a maximum of 5 players going into the players' auction in 2018.
THE MEETING between the BCCI, IPL Governing Council, franchises and the Committee of Administration (CoA) could not produce a verdict on its IPL player retention policy.
OUT OF FAVOUR India pacer S Sreesanth has expressed his disappointment at Rahul Dravid and MS Dhoni for giving him a cold shoulder during his troubled times.
THE BCCI and the IPL Governing Council are mulling over continuing with the cash-rich league’s retention policy, which will provide all eight franchises the 'right to preference' over their respective players.
ALL EIGHT IPL franchises are likely to be allowed to retain up to three players each before the player auction in the 2018 pre-season.
STAR INDIA has won the Indian Premier League's (IPL's) Global Media and Digital broadcast rights for the five year period from 2018 to 2022.
IPL CHAIRMAN Rajeev Shukla has clearly stated that the Chennai Super Kings and the Rajasthan Royals will make a comeback in the next edition of the cash-rich league.
GUJARAT LIONS owner Keshav Bansal has clearly stated that his franchise and Rising Pune Supergiant will make way for Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals for IPL’s 11th edition in 2018.
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