Shakib has no possibility to participate in DPDCL – Nazmul Hasan

Shakib Al Hasan has no possibility to play in the ongoing Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League (DPDCL) urged Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) President Nazmul Hasan on Monday.


“Shakib was excluded in the draft rundown of players who are accessible to play in the Dhaka Premier League. In this way, there’s zero chance for him to take an interest in the progressing season of the league,” Nazmul told correspondents at Shere-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium after the special prayers that BCB masterminded following the protected return of the Bangladesh National Cricket Team from New Zealand.

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“Shakib has been recouping from damage. He’ll be evaluated by specialists on March 20. We can say about his situation after that. In any case, it’s certain that he gets no opportunity to play in the Dhaka League,” the BCB boss further said.

Shakib missed the whole New Zealand series which finished due to the terror attacks two mosques in Christchurch.

The Bangladesh Test captain got his finger harmed in the last of the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) Cricket on February 8. From that time, ha has been continuing rehabilitation programme.

A week ago, director of BCB media board Jalal Yunus affirmed the media that Shakib was at that point permitted to participate in the up and coming period of Indian Premier League (IPL) which is set to commence on March 23. The star all-rounder will play the current year’s IPL for his present team Sunrisers Hyderabad.

“I think there ought to be no limitation on a player to take an interest in any occasion on the off chance that he is fit enough to play. A player should deal with himself. Shakib is as of now permitted to participate in the IPL. He’ll be playing ensuring himself. Possibly, he won’t total the season. Rather than doing as such, he may return halfway of the league,” Jalal told the reporters on March 13 at InterContinental, Dhaka.

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