Sentu to participate in IPL, BCB denies NOC to Bulbul

The 13th edition of Indian Premier League (IPL) is going to held next month in United Arab Emirates (UAE) after much speculation. This time, no Bangladeshi player will participate in this year’s edition. But Bangladesh’s RK Sentu is going UAE as a side arm thrower.

Bangladesh's Sentu to participate in IPL, BCB denies NOC to Bulbul

With the help of IPL team Sunrisers Hyderabad’s (SRH) computer analyst Shrinivas Chandrasekaran and BCB’s game development committee chief Khaled Mahmud Sujon, Bangladesh Bulbul and RK Sentu got the opportunity to work with SRH team.

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However, this time Bulbul won’t able to work with SRH because he hasn’t got No Objection Certificate (NOC) from Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB). But RK Sentu will travel to UAE. The former national team training assistant will be the side arm thrower for SRH throughout the whole tournament. Sentu has about five years of experience working as a fitness trainer in Bangladesh domestic cricket.

“My flight is at 10:30pm on the 24th (August 24). Before that, I have to undergo under coronavirus test twice. I’ve talked with Sujon Sir (Khaled Mahmud), he’s looking into the matter. We were talked to, I will work whenever IPL will happen,”

Sentu told to Bdcrictime.

Bulbul can’t go because of the responsibility of the board. This team boy of Bangladesh will work with Bangladesh team which are preparing for Sri Lanka tour. He’s getting priority to the work of the board, so there is no regret for not getting permission to go to IPL.

“I did not get permission from the board. We also have to get NOC. I have work with the national team. I have no regret. Allah does what He does for good. Board’s work is the main priority. If I am lucky, I will work in IPL in future again In Sha Allah,” Bulbul said.

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