Ian Chappel said – “T20 leagues are popping up faster than weeds in summer”. Workload management has become a crucial aspect of the sport as more T20 leagues have popped up all over the place.
Recently, a number of international cricketers have been outspoken about how little cricket is played at the highest level. While Virat Kohli and Glenn Maxwell recently took a vacation from the sport. To maintain their mental health, cricketers Ben Stokes. And Quinton de Kock have previously declared their retirements from one version of the game to manage their workload.
Workload management has become a crucial aspect of the sport. As more T20 leagues have popped up all over the place. On top of that, every player has had a very demanding schedule due to the ICC. Pointing out that Ian Chappel, a former Australia captain. Brought up the issue of poor communication between players and officials on the international level.
T20 leagues are popping up faster than weeds in summer: Ian Chappel
T20 leagues are another topic that the 79-year-old author wrote about. He thinks that if nothing changes, cricket might see a huge boom and the dynamics could shift.
“There is also the glaring matter of the lack of partnership between players and administrators. Surely it shouldn’t be – as it is currently – a matter of the administrators deciding the programme without any input from international players. If the international programme evolved as a result of consideration from such a partnership, then it would be much more palatable than the abomination that is the current schedule.”He said.
“T20 leagues are popping up faster than weeds in summer and an already implausible programme is headed for an almighty implosion,”He added.