IPL 2022 Auction: ‘IPL auction is a drama .. it is not necessary .. it is not right to lose key players after three years’ | IPL 2022 Auction Update: Indian Premier League 2022 Mega Auction Must Be Closed says Delhi Capitals and Kolkata Knight Riders

IPL 2022: Mega auction is going on for Indian Premier League 2022. Prior to this, however, there were voices of rebellion against the current IPL system.

IPL 2022 Auction: 'IPL auction is a drama .. it is not necessary .. it is not right to lose key players after three years'

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IPL 2022 Auction: A mega auction is going on for the Indian Premier League 2022. Prior to this, however, there were voices of rebellion against the current IPL system. The list was announced by the BCCI after the teams submitted their list of retained players. But right now the players are saying there shouldn’t be a mega auction. Many say it’s time to think about ending the mega auction. In particular, Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) chief executive Venky Mysore and Delhi Capitals’ Parth Jindal say the mega IPL auction is no longer a success.

Both said the auction was not necessary at the moment. Mega auctions are not going to be the same for everyone. “The league has a twist. You have to ask if a mega auction is needed here, ”he told the Mysore Cricket website ESPN. Drafts can be fixed for incoming new players. Or take them by mutual consent. As well as players can be borrowed. They said we had the opportunity to build a team for a long time.

Mysore revealed that the IPL teams have their own academy, their own scouting system in which to engage young, uncapped talented players and prepare them for the future. Once all of this is done you can give the investment advantage to the franchisees by keeping them intact instead of sending players to auction. Mega Auctions is the time to bring all teams to an equal level. However, he noted that if teams are given the right to re-select specific players, it seems to us to be through a Right-to-Match (RTM) card rather than retention.

Jindal said it was not right to lose players after three years and discussed the retaining of players with the IPL official broadcaster, adding that the loss of Shreyas Iyer, Shikhar Dhawan, Kagiso Rabada and Ashwin was sad. We could not retain these players due to the retain policy in the IPL. Going forward, I think the IPL needs to look into this. Because it is not right to build a team, to give opportunities to young people, to train them through a setup. They get opportunities. They play for the franchise. And then they go and play for the county or their respective countries. But, they expressed their views that losing them after three years is very painful.

Four teams Chero retained four players. Delhi Capitals, Kolkata Knight Riders, Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians have retained four players each while Royal Challengers Bangalore, Sunrisers Hyderabad and Rajasthan Royals have retained three players each. The Punjab Kings, on the other hand, retained only two players.

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