People who work for the Pakistan Cricket Board said the board would soon contact the Pakistan Super League (PSL) teams and inform them about the new PSL-like Pakistan Junior League and women’s league.
A PCB official told the media, “It is a matter of opinion, and the PCB will talk to the teams to tell them more about JPL and women’s league,” but he didn’t say how many teams will be in each league.
This week, it was said that the owners of the franchises were told about the new PCB developments, and they said that having other events with the PSL would hurt the brand.
They also planned to talk about it with the head of the PCB, Ramiz Raja. Later, they agreed to write a letter together. Also, they want to make sure that the accounts for the fifth and sixth editions of PSL are in order, too.
Because of some legal issues, Burney said, “PCB has already given the teams information about the revenue from PSL 5 and 6 events.”
According to the PCB’s chairman, every team in the cricket league made money during the seventh edition. The team owners say that until the accounts are done, this claim isn’t true, and it won’t be until the charges are done.
It will take three months for the PCB Director to figure out how much money was spent on the event.
To figure out how much money was spent on an event, it can take up to 90 days because there are so many invoices and bills that have to be sent in. In this case, certain information from a few teams is being looked for.