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lets see then. interesting to see whom CSK retains along with MSD. I think MI may retain at least Rohit and Pollard :dance: but we want Bhajji as well (get him during auction if not retained) :hitler:
MS and Raina are going to be retained that's certain. DD has to pick someone who can lead the side as well.

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MS and Raina are going to be retained that's certain. DD has to pick someone who can lead the side as well.
but then again getting Sir during auction will be difficult for them as he gonna fetch huge amount again. (but srini may do some magic) :giggle: same goes for other CSK players specially ashwin,hussy, faf, morkel, bravo. maza aayega :dance: DD should retained Warner and KP if not Viru :((

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Got a news from inside source that :csk: are retaining MSD,Dhoni and Jadeja and undecided on remaining two:secret: Are teams allowed to retain 5 local players or they are allowed to retain a maximum of 4?

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Got a news from inside source that :csk: are retaining MSD,Dhoni and Jadeja and undecided on remaining two:secret: Are teams allowed to retain 5 local players or they are allowed to retain a maximum of 4?
Msd , Raina and Jaddu they want to retain Faf and Hussey are on their wish list Sent from my Micromax A110 using Tapatalk

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but then again getting Sir during auction will be difficult for them as he gonna fetch huge amount again. (but srini may do some magic) :giggle: same goes for other CSK players specially ashwin,hussy, faf, morkel, bravo. maza aayega :dance: DD should retained Warner and KP if not Viru :((
Won't mind Pujara being in DD squad and leading the franchise because at this stage with Viru and Jayawardene in poor form and one of them leading the side will be a disaster. Sent from my Micromax A110 using Tapatalk

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Got a news from inside source that :csk: are retaining MSD,Dhoni and Jadeja and undecided on remaining two:secret: Are teams allowed to retain 5 local players or they are allowed to retain a maximum of 4?
Any 5 players can be retained. Sent from my Micromax A110 using Tapatalk

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Sanju Samson set to be youngest IPL crorepati http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/sports/cricket/ipl/news/Sanju-Samson-set-to-be-youngest-IPL-crorepati/articleshow/28529079.cms KOCHI: If you're an Indian Premier League (IPL) star, you don't need to play for your country to become a crorepati cricketer. At 19 years and 58 days, Sanju Samson, the dashing strokeplayer from Kerala, is set to be the youngest entrant in the IPL's rich list after having decided to continue his association with Rajasthan Royals, who offered to retain him for another year. TOI had earlier reported that the Royals were keen to retain Samson, one of the finds of the last edition of the IPL. Under the Indian cricket board ( BCCI) guidelines for IPL 7, if a franchise decides to retain an uncapped player he must be paid Rs 4 crore. Sources, however, indicated Samson may get less than that amount, though it will be substantially more than the Rs 10 lakh the player got for his efforts last year. Having fashioned victory for the Indian U-19 team with a blazing ton in the Asia Cup final against Pakistan last Saturday, Samson would have been a sought-after player had he entered the auctions. But the soft-spoken lad from Kerala decided to remain a Royal. "Money was not the criteria. Royals gave him the platform to showcase his talent last season. So it is in the best interests of the player to continue his association with the same team. He is just 19 and I think Rajasthan will offer him the maximum opportunity, which is important for a player like Sanju," a source told TOI. Another factor which led to Samson's decision to accept staying back with the Royals was the presence of Rahul Dravid as mentor. Samson had played under Dravid last season and considers the former India skipper to be his mentor. Samson burst on to the scene last season by carting some of the top bowlers in world cricket all round the park. He scored 206 runs from 11 matches at an impressive strike rate of 115.73. He later enhanced his reputation in the Champions League T20, with the highlight being a 47-ball 60 in the final against Mumbai Indians. If he can replicate that form this season, the youngster may soon be knocking on the doors of the national team.

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Stokes and co face IPL dilemma http://www.espncricinfo.com/england/content/current/story/707777.html England players confident that they have clear permission to play in the IPL until May 13 this year could come under moral pressure to commit to Championship cricket and display a renewed resolve to atone for their failures in the Ashes series. England's team director, Andy Flower, is already contemplating how much to press players to re-evaluate their techniques in domestic cricket rather than enter next month's auction for IPL 2014. Most pressure could come to bear on Ben Stokes, England's one incontestable success in the Ashes, whose potential to become an indispensable and exciting allrounder in both Test and limited-overs cricket could put him in dangerously heavy demand. That Stokes needs protection is evident. But there is also little doubt that Stokes' limited-overs game would develop more rapidly in the full glare of the IPL for a month - leaving him with some pondering to do as England try to salvage their self-respect in the coming weeks, in five ODIs and three T20s against Australia. Kevin Pietersen, who has repeatedly been the victim of an emotional tug-of-war between his wish to play in the IPL and maintain a successful England career, is bound to assert his right to play IPL - although he will doubtless be braced for some media character assassination in the process. Eoin Morgan, for all his assurances ahead of the Big Bash League that he still retained hopes of a Test career, would also be expected to resist any suggestion that now is the time for him to shift his emphasis and commit to Middlesex to try to prove his potential as a Test cricketer and become one of the beneficiaries of England's anticipated shake-up. But pressure could be bought to bear on other England players who until now had imagined that the agreement in principle hammered out between the ECB and the Professional Cricketers' Association would be regarded as inviolable. Stuart Broad, James Anderson and Matt Prior are among those who could expect to be the recipients of some persuasive chats over the next few of weeks as Flower, whose retention as England's team director after the 5-0 whitewash has already been guaranteed, draws up his strategy to get England back on an even keel. Jos Buttler is another interesting case. Buttler has drawn enough attention to himself in England's one-day side and in the Big Bash League to make him an attractive proposition for an IPL franchise, but he also moved to Lancashire in the close season to gain more wicketkeeping opportunities in the knowledge that England see him as a potential international keeper not only in one-day cricket but also, in the longer term, in the Test format if his game matures. There is no clause in England's new central contracts which state categorically the rights and restrictions on involvement in IPL - that is impossible due to the tournament's unpredictability. To pin down the IPL is like pinning down fog - the dates for 2014 have yet to be announced and part of the tournament might be staged outside India because of security concerns during anticipated national elections. Until a window is agreed - whether unofficial or not - for cricket's most dominant carnival, a sane future in English cricket is virtually impossible. What there is, though, is an agreement in principle that covers not just those with central contracts but all potential England players, to minimise clashes between England's international programme and the IPL. That leaves a whole lot of wriggle room for the ECB, but it is precisely that commitment which saw the start of the international programme put back a week this year until May 20. It would be naïve to imagine, however, that Flower will not bring pressure to bear where he thinks it is most needed - and arguably he would not be doing his job if he did not do so - but for this new accord to be honoured, there is a line beyond which this persuasion should not go. The agreed May 13 deadline would give England players involved in the IPL one week to prepare for a month of one-day cricket against Sri Lanka. Indeed, the decision to begin England's summer schedule with limited-overs cricket seemingly gives the small number of England players who win IPL deals a logical case that T20 cricket provides an ideal warm-up for the international season, and that playing Championship cricket instead would be little more than a guilt trip. But a 5-0 whitewash in the Ashes is not necessarily a time when logic will hold sway. England's eyes will be on the need to make a statement of regeneration in the first Test against Sri Lanka at Lord's on June 12 and performances in Championship cricket will be watched with more scrutiny than for many years. As Stokes, in particular, is about to discover, achievements come hand-in-hand with problems

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Msd , Raina and Jaddu they want to retain Faf and Hussey are on their wish list Sent from my Micromax A110 using Tapatalk
if any team retains 5 players then they left with only 21 crore to complete their team and that looks impossible so retaining 2 players with less salary cap (5.5 , 4 crore and other negotiated amount if possible :giggle:) is better. my choice of retaining CSK players are MSD and Raina :--D Morkel should goes to other team as CSK sent him to bat even lower than Badri :agree:

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"Money was not the criteria. Royals gave him the platform to showcase his talent last season. So it is in the best interests of the player to continue his association with the same team. He is just 19 and I think Rajasthan will offer him the maximum opportunity, which is important for a player like Sanju," a source told TOI.
as expected and hope he stays with RR irrespective of money :dance:

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retaining 2 players with less salary cap (5.5 ' date= 4 crore and other negotiated amount) is this possible? I don't think so.
Under the Indian cricket board ( BCCI) guidelines for IPL 7, if a franchise decides to retain an uncapped player he must be paid Rs 4 crore.

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Under the Indian cricket board ( BCCI) guidelines for IPL 7' date=' if a franchise decides to retain an uncapped player he must be paid Rs 4 crore.[/quote'] but I am talking about likes of MSD , Raina etc. for that cap amount + other negotiated amount. or they must be in 12.5 and 9.5 crores cap?

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Quite honestly the likes of MSD or other big name players who will be retained must be getting more money than the retention fees.
of course
Money brackets for retaining players Irrespective of the IPL fee agreed to between the franchise and the retained player, a fixed amount will be deducted from the franchise's salary cap per player retained. The break-up is as follows: Capped players Player 1 - Rs 125 million Player 2 - Rs 95 million Player 3 - Rs 75 million Player 4 - Rs 55 million Player 5 - Rs 40 million Uncapped players Rs 40 million for each uncapped player retained

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not necessary it can be less as well if both parties agreed. but whatever, who cares :hysterical:
Toss-up between Mitchell Johnson and Lasith Malinga as Mumbai Indians set to retain five players http://sports.ndtv.com/cricket/news/219245-toss-up-between-mitchell-johnson-and-lasith-malinga-as-mumbai-indians-set-to-retain-five-players Defending champions Mumbai Indians are all set to keep their core group of players intact as they are all set to use their five retentions for the upcoming IPL 7 with the choice between Ashes hero Mitchell Johnson and Sri Lankan slinger Lasith Malinga. While skipper Rohit Sharma and West Indies all-rounder Kieron Pollard are most certain to be retained, the choice for the second foreigner will be between Johnson and Malinga. While Johnson's brilliant form in the Ashes and his supposed availability throughout the entire IPL duration is a positive, the factors that work for Malinga are his past performances for the Mumbai Indians as well as his better skills on the sub-continental pitches. "Mitch has had a tremendous season. Even Sachin (Tendulkar) had indicated in his post-retirement presser that the fast bowler would make the difference in the Ashes. But if some of the matches are played in Sri Lanka, then Malinga's experience on those tracks could prove to be vital. Obviously, the one who is not retained can be got back with Right to Match card," a senior IPL official told PTI today. Harbhajan Singh, who had a brilliant IPL season last time as he was third in the bowler's list with 24 wickets is all but certain to be retained. "Bhajji has been associated with MI from the first year. He has a loyal fan base in Mumbai among the staunch MI supporters," the IPL official informed. The tough choice will be between Dinesh Karthik and Ambati Rayudu as the team needs a top wicketkeeper-batsman. While Rayudu has been one of the better domestic performers for MI, Karthik's glovework is far better than that of Rayudu. "In terms of batting, Rayudu might just have a slight advantage but DK is miles ahead when it comes to glovework. This will also be an interesting choice," he concluded.

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Toss-up between Mitchell Johnson and Lasith Malinga as Mumbai Indians set to retain five players http://sports.ndtv.com/cricket/news/219245-toss-up-between-mitchell-johnson-and-lasith-malinga-as-mumbai-indians-set-to-retain-five-players Defending champions Mumbai Indians are all set to keep their core group of players intact as they are all set to use their five retentions for the upcoming IPL 7 with the choice between Ashes hero Mitchell Johnson and Sri Lankan slinger Lasith Malinga. While skipper Rohit Sharma and West Indies all-rounder Kieron Pollard are most certain to be retained, the choice for the second foreigner will be between Johnson and Malinga. While Johnson's brilliant form in the Ashes and his supposed availability throughout the entire IPL duration is a positive, the factors that work for Malinga are his past performances for the Mumbai Indians as well as his better skills on the sub-continental pitches. "Mitch has had a tremendous season. Even Sachin (Tendulkar) had indicated in his post-retirement presser that the fast bowler would make the difference in the Ashes. But if some of the matches are played in Sri Lanka, then Malinga's experience on those tracks could prove to be vital. Obviously, the one who is not retained can be got back with Right to Match card," a senior IPL official told PTI today. Harbhajan Singh, who had a brilliant IPL season last time as he was third in the bowler's list with 24 wickets is all but certain to be retained. "Bhajji has been associated with MI from the first year. He has a loyal fan base in Mumbai among the staunch MI supporters," the IPL official informed. The tough choice will be between Dinesh Karthik and Ambati Rayudu as the team needs a top wicketkeeper-batsman. While Rayudu has been one of the better domestic performers for MI, Karthik's glovework is far better than that of Rayudu. "In terms of batting, Rayudu might just have a slight advantage but DK is miles ahead when it comes to glovework. This will also be an interesting choice," he concluded.
should be MJ obviously.Malinga has declined

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should be MJ obviously.Malinga has declined
Mitch batting prowess , fielding , intimidating form, malinga's decline. You don't even think for a second to toss out Lingam. Sure Lingam could still trouble our Indian noobs. But Johnson is a whole different entity these days. Commercially, "cricketingly" every way he is the one.

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sanga plays like a noob in IPL..doesn't performs he only enjoys $$$
SRH have realized as much :giggle:
Former Sri Lankan skipper Kumar Sangakkara is not even in the Sunrisers Hyderabad's wish-list for the upcoming season.
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/sports/cricket/ipl/news/Will-Lankans-lose-out-big-in-IPL/articleshow/28558409.cms

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Except Malinga and Murali to certain extent, Lankan players aren't worth even 200K let alone 1.5 mil like Lady Jaya got last season. Most over paid of the lot.

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