Kochi Tuskers Kerala players still owed 35% of money earned from 10 years ago: Brad Hodge

Kochi Task Car Keith is still borrowing 35% of the money he made 10 years ago:

Brad Hodge Kochi TuskersKerala is add to the IPL2011 roster,but was remove from the tournament just a season later because the franchise paid a 10% bank guarantee. Ex-Australian hitter Brad Hodge revealed on Monday that Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Kochi Task Car Ke, abolished on Monday, still owes money to players Can they help with the problem?

Kochi Tuskers Kerala were chucked out of the IPL as they failed to pay a bank guarantee for Rs 156 crores:

Somehow I asked the Indian Cricket Management Board (BCCI). He was added to the IPL2011 roster along with Pune Warriors India, but due to a dispute between owners, the team located in Kei will be removed after only one season because the franchise paid 10% bank guarantee.

Somehow I asked the Indian Cricket Management Board (BCCI). He was added to the IPL2011 roster along with Pune Warriors India, but due to a dispute between owners, the team located in Kei will be removed after only one season because the franchise paid 10% bank guarantee.

Kochi plays all 14 league games in the 2011 season, Hodge makes it clear that he owned 35% of the money to the franchise player. The 46-year-old also tagged his tweet Indian cricket board.

“Players still bear 35% of the money they earned from @IPL, which represents Kochi tuskers 10 years ago. Can @BCCI find that money?” Hodge used Twitter to BCCI. I investigated. Hodge actually mentioned the news of an Indian women’s cricket team who had crossed the finish line to the T20 World Cup runner-up in Australia last year and have not yet received a $ 500,000 prize.

According to a report published in the British Telegraph, an official of the International Cricket Association (FICA) has said that BCCI has not yet paid the runner-up prize for the global event held in February-March.

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