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Wednesday, April 14, 2010

IPL BIG MONEY - WHY NOT PROVIDE TO POOR CHILDREN PLAYING CRICKET

In 2008 I wrote the following in my blog:

My View: With all the profits IPL made, they should atlease provide shoes, gloves and equipments to the underpriviliged children who play cricket in villages of the corresponding teams.RICH-POOR
INJURY DUE TO PLAYING CRICKET WITHOUT SHOES:

It is the third successful IPL season (moneywise)- IPL has become second to NBA based on first-team salaries on a pro-rata basis (Global Sports Salary Review). I read in news only about - main IPL cricket people fighting for millions and billions for cricket franchises.
News:
Pune was bought by Sahara Adventure Sports Group for $370 million, the Kochi franchise was bought by Rendezvous Sports World Limited for $333.3 million

We were offered $50m to quit - Kochi franchise

WIKI ON IPL

Never ever read that these teams provided any shoes or cricketing materials (may cost only thousands for them) to any village school children playing cricket.

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