The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has called
upon all international players attached to Kochi Tuskers to
register a case against the defunct IPL team to recover their
the players' contracts are between them and the franchisees,
the BCCI has asked the cricketers to move against the team.
As for Indian cricketers who played for Kochi, they have got
65 per cent of their salaries, it is learnt.
cricketers who played for Kochi in the last season include
Mahela Jayawardene, Muttiah Muralitharan, Brendon McCullum
and Steven Smith. Earlier, these players were given verbal
commitment from the IPL that the Board would protect the players'
right, but things went topsy turvy.
may be noted that the BCCI had terminated Kochi's contract
during its September AGM for breaching terms of agreement.
The board also encashed the team's bank guarantee of Rs 1.56