Initially, the PCB had determined to not subject NOCs to its gamers for the inaugural Emirates Cricket League and SA League attributable to worldwide and home commitments however with the Pakistan and West Indies boards agreeing to postpone a T20 sequence the board has modified its stance.
The T20 sequence in opposition to the West Indies was scheduled in January 2023 however will now be held in early 2024.
“Centrally contracted and non contracted gamers can now make themselves out there for the SA league and in addition different leagues being held throughout this timeframe excepting the Emirates league,” an official supply mentioned.
He mentioned PCB modified its thoughts after the South African board had introduced that every of the six franchises can now signal an additional wildcard participant after the gamers public sale was accomplished a number of weeks again.
No Pakistani participant was allowed to participate within the public sale.
A lot of the groups within the SA league are owned by Indians and the identical is the case within the emirates league.
The supply mentioned gamers may also join the Bangladesh Premier League if they’re takers for them.
Two Pakistani children, Azam Khan and Muhammad Hasnain have been approached by a franchise not owned by Indians within the ECL however the board refused to offer them NOCs because it has made it a coverage that none of its gamers will play within the ECL.
The Board of Management for Cricket in India has additionally not given any clearance to its gamers to participate within the Emirates or SA leagues regardless of nearly all of the franchises being owned by the franchises which participate within the Indian Premier League.