The England and Wales Cricket Board should really introduce a transfer technique that will reward counties for producing promising cricketers, previous nationwide crew captain Ian Botham has said.
REUTERS: The England and Wales Cricket Board should really introduce a transfer technique that will reward counties for producing promising cricketers, previous nationwide crew captain Ian Botham has said.
Durham chairman Botham expressed his annoyance just after 24-calendar year-previous all-rounder Paul Coughlin signed a three-calendar year contract with Nottinghamshire just after rejecting a new offer with his side.
Nottinghamshire director of cricket Mick Newell is also an England selector and Botham feels that could have performed a element in Coughlin’s final decision to swap sides.
“They need to introduce a transfer or identical technique of payment, (and) to take away the likely for conflict of curiosity by stopping serving administrators of cricket performing as selectors,” Botham said in a statement on Durham’s internet site.
“The ECB is presently examining its partnership agreement with the counties and Durham will be creating strong representations to thoroughly reward these that invest in the improvement of nearby talent.”
English soccer utilizes transfer tribunals to choose the values of players below the age of 24 who change golf equipment just after working down their contracts.
The price made a decision by tribunal in these situations is non-negotiable, with the intention of defending golf equipment that invest in talent improvement.
“It problems me that the present arrangements within cricket do not reward counties that invest in academies and produce thrilling younger English players,” Botham extra.
(Reporting by Shrivathsa Sridhar in Bengaluru Enhancing by Christian Radnedge)