IPL 2021: Player’s auction agreement must be submitted by February 4, full auction details
IPL News and Updates: As the 2021 Indian Premier League mini-auctions get closer by the day, the franchise that wants to retain players must complete the retention process by January 20. Players who wish to be part of the IPL 2021 auction will need to complete the Player Auction Agreement and submit it by February 4, while the agreement can be mailed until February 12.
Indian Premier League COO and BCCI Acting CEO Hemang Amin explained the entire process of filling out the forms for capped and uncapped players to participate in the 2021 IPL mini-auctions.
He added that the form will not be applied to those who have contracts with the franchise or whose contract can get an extension before the auction.
“Please note that the application process does not apply to players who are committed to the franchise or can obtain contract renewal before the IPl 2021 mini-auctions.”
Amin wrote how an interested cricketer can apply for the auction.
“When the registration is initiated by the respective national associations, it will automatically generate an email to the cricketer with his login details. To complete the registration process, these login details will be required. Once registered, the player must also log into the online registration system, in order to show their interest in being part of the IPL 2021. “
Players will need to complete the player’s auction contract:
“The player will have to fill in all the mandatory fields and download and complete the IPL 2021 player auction agreement. After completing the form, the agreement must be uploaded again to the online registration system and the original copy should be sent to the relevant state associations. It is important to note that the player’s physical signature is required for the auction agreement. “ he added.
The last date to submit the online agreement form is February 4 until 5 p.m. India Standard Time, but players can send the originals to state associations until February 12.
BCCI’s interim CEO has made it clear that he will not deal with any sort of player agent or manager, all transactions will be done by state associations only.
“At this stage, BCCI will only work with the respective national association and not with a player agent or manager. Any error in filling out the form or any type of Player failure will result in the player’s name being removed from the IPL 2021 auction list. “
U-19 cricketers are also eligible to complete the player’s registration form and auction agreement only if they are associated with the state association and have been listed in at least one first class game or a list game A.
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