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Sunil Gavaskar asks to reconsider salary range for young cricketers

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CRICDOT DESK : Former India captain Sunil Gavaskar feels that the salaries of uncapped gamers on the IPL mega public sale should be capped at INR 1 crore in a bid to preserve the younger ones grounded and make sure they don`t end up in a single day millionaires, that may have detrimental affects with inside the lengthy run.

Gavaskar`s remarks come best days earlier than the 2022 mega public sale, scheduled in Bengaluru on February 12 and 13, with as many as 355 of the overall 590 gamers in line to move beneath the hammer being uncapped talents, consisting of contributors of the recently-topped Indian U19 World Cup team.

The former cricketer in addition reckoned that during no case must fulfillment at age-degree cricket be taken into consideration a assure of succeeding on the worldwide degree or the IPL thanks to the enormous distinction of widespread of cricket played. “The mega public sale will show up over the weekend and a number of our Under-19 boys should end up crore in some blinks of the eye,” he wrote for Mid-day. “Doing properly on the beneathneath-19 degree doesn`t assure fulfillment on the IPL or maybe worldwide degree as has been visible over the years. The distinction in requirements is huge.

“Far too many get over excited and lose recognition and are out of the sport or are seeking the mirage of greener-searching pastures. The honest aspect might be to position a restrict of say Rs 1 crore for uncapped gamers so they understand that to move in addition and earn greater they have got lots of difficult paintings ahead.

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“Easy cash has spoilt many a promising skills and that`s some thing the directors can save you with the aid of using making sure that an uncapped participant stays keen to preserve acting 12 months after 12 months and now no longer fall with the aid of using the wayside as such a lot of have carried out with inside the past,” he in addition

observed.
This isn’t the primary time Gavaskar, a former member of the IPL Governing Council, has voiced his opinion concerning the imposition of one of these cap at the uncapped gamers` salaries; he expressed the identical in 2019 in a letter addressed to BCCI president Sourav Ganguly and IPL chairman Brijesh Patel.

The clean cash earned with the aid of using uncapped gamers is a travesty to the senior home gamers who’ve carried out the difficult grind however acquire an awful lot lesser became Gavaskar`s argument lower back then.

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