ss_blog_claim=a3650b8eebfe3434539d25e084e19bcf ss_blog_claim=a3650b8eebfe3434539d25e084e19bcf Blood Rayne: A road map for IPL - Warne

A road map for IPL - Warne

RR Shane Warne has created a road map for IPL based on total transparency which conceive an image of player transfer window and for fielding an extra foreign player during the tournament. Warne has put together 6 major ideas as how the IPL should move ahead in future since the current players contracts will expire before the 2011 season. He suggested that all players be put up for auction and the original franchises be allowed to buy them back, besides making suggestions on umpires and bowling laws and salary of captains.

He said, no retention of players is a must to achieve total transparency in regards to the salary. It will increase the creditability of the IPL as the players final price will be established at the auction, whatever that may be. The player can then be offered back to their original franchise for an extra $50,000. If the player is important to the franchise, the extra $50,000 will be paid to the player to keep him at the franchise.

He added all players bought at the auction should continue to receive 3 year contract for the auction value. Warne also suggested raise in the salary from $7 million to $9 million. If current captains cannot agree to a deal, he can potentially move to a new franchise as their captain. This will allow for owners, coaches and the captain to make their plans and strategies well before auction time.

Warne believes all franchises should be allowed three 'super rounds', where they can field five foreign players instead of four and suggested a player's trade window. During the trade period the franchises could be allowed 1 trade each, however, it would not be compulsory.


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