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After HBL PSL 6 postponement, franchise owners fume over PCB negligence

After the sixth edition of the tournament, the franchisors of the Habib Bank Limited (HBL) Pakistan Super League (PSL) had to delay a number of harsh words to the officers of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) due to mismanagement and an increase in cases of coronavirus.


Inadequate bio-bubble arrangements became a critical subject. One team owner was more visibly disturbed than the other. Though not booking the hotel for the game, the owner raged at PSL officials for major expenses.

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"The song and the video in Turkey have invested too much money without our knowledge but no attention has been given to important issues. Now show your groove, show your groove. Wedding ceremonies were held at the team hotel, but the officials did not inform the franchise owner."


The franchises, on the other hand, are considering demanding that their fees be returned. You think the Board will continue to extend the question by saying that a potential window for the case is being investigated.


Due to increasing cases of coronavirus, HBL PSL season six was delayed. Until the decision was finalized there was a simulated consultation between franchise owners and officials.


The meetings were held in a very hostile way, according to reports. There was visible upset about the franchise owners, who invested huge amounts of money.


The franchisees were also confused about the placement of Islamabad United and Multan Sultans in a different hotel, on the excuse that not enough space was available. There were still several questions about the lift and kitchen workers.

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PCB CEO Wasim Khan and other officials have stood quietly, according to reports, and listened to the franchise owners' grievances. He acknowledged the weaknesses of the Board. However, Wasim Khan later this day, in a press conference, shockingly blamed franchise owners as well.


The source also indicated that it would be anticipated that there would be further tensions between franchise owners and the PCB. The owners think that they have received their money in the form of fees and are unlikely to be returned. There seems to be no future window for the case.

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