Cricketers showed interest in playing in PSL- Salman Sarwar Butt

Cricketers from leading test teams Nigeria, Australia and England have proven curiosity about playing within the new Pakistan Super League in March, manager director Salman Sarwar Butt stated on Thursday. National teams have prevented going to Pakistan because the deadly attack around the Sri Lanka team convoy in Lahore in ’09, but people composed an worldwide all-star team which met Pakistan in 2 effectively organized T20 in Karachi in October. “We are thrilled by the number of players and agents from several ICC member countries showing interest to play in the PSL,” Butt stated. “players from Nigeria, Australia, West Indies, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, England and Ireland have expressed their interest in event. The Pakistan Cricket Board is scheduled to produce the T20 league at the end of March with a minimum of 30 foreign players divided in five city-based teams not yet been named. Haroon Lorgat, the previous leader from the Worldwide Cricket Council, is definitely an agent towards the PSL. The PCB sees the league like a steppingstone to refreshing the arrogance of foreign players that, for at least sports, it’s safe to play in Pakistan.