Jack Lush McCrum, the COO of Rajasthan Royals, is confident that the Indian Premier League (IPL) will take place this year after we defeat the Coronavirus.
He also maintained saying that the window of from September and onwards can be taken under consideration to hold IPL. In a zoom meeting of the Rajasthan Royals family, the COO was confident which has shown the utmost possibilities of the cash-rich league to be held this year.
Jack Lush McCrum has put all his faith in BCCI and trusts the board as he believes that BCCI will find a solution to hold the league as the confidence and probabilities have risen after the meeting discussion.
Jack Lush McCrum: We are confident that IPL will happen this year
“There are a lot of stories in the press, but what I can say based on our conversation with the BCCI is, they are working really hard to find a solution. They are an agile association and can make it happen. We are confident that IPL will happen this year,” Jake Lush McCrum said.
“We are preparing for the September-November window. But nothing has been finalized as of now given the situation at hand. The great thing about BCCI is that they have put together the tournament at very short notice as well in South Africa in 2009, they can do it again,” he added.
Amid the Coronavirus outbreak, a surplus amount of negativity has been spread across the globe. All the cricketing schedules have either been postponed or called off. The global health pandemic has halted all the major sports activities. IPL is one of the cricketing leagues that got delayed until further notice amidst the lockdown.
IPL was all set to be kicked off by 29th March. It moved ahead by the pressure created by the lockdown in India which was later extended as well. The cash-rich league first moved to the latest window of April-May later with an extension in the lockdown by Modi’s government, the league was called off indefinitely till any further notice by the officials. Cancelation is to cost negatively to franchises as well as the Board of Control of Cricket India (BCCI).