Mar 25, 2009

IPL moved to South Africa

IPL or Indian Premier League’s Twenty20 cricket tournament chairman Lalit Modi announces that IPL's second season will held in South Africa from April 18.
“The overwhelming reason we chose South Africa is primarily the weather,” said IPL chairman Lalit Modi. and this is the final decision.

There are few reasons to play the IPL in South africa. One is Indian Elections would held along with the IPL, so making some security issues. The IPL board also arranged the full live TV broadcasting to facilitate disappointed Indian Cricket fans. 'Supersport Broadcasting' holds rights for the IPL and for international cricket in South Africa.

1 comments:

pandith said...

At last they have taken the right decision.

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