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SBD Global/January 24, 2013/Leagues and Governing Bodies
Pakistan Admits International Player Warning May Affect Pakistan Super League
Published January 24, 2013
SEEKING RELEASE: The PTI reported in an effort to rope in as many int'l players as possible for PSL, the PCB had approached the Board of Control for Cricket in India "to release Indian players for the T20 tournament." Asked if Indian players would take part in the league, PCB COO Subhan Ahmed said that the PCB "was not only directly in touch with players from all countries but also their Boards." Additionally, the PCB "had not ruled out having the league outside the country if conditions in Pakistan in March-April did not allow the event to be held on time." The board "is yet to decide on the venue of the league" (PTI, 1/23).