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Unread 05-12-2012, 03:24 PM   #1
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BCCI confirm benefit of $13m to ex-players

The BCCI has confirmed that they will make a one-time benefit payment to certain former national and domestic players, amounting to approximately Rs 70 crore ($13,050,000 approx), in recognition of their services to Indian cricket. The decision was made at the board's Working Committee meeting in Chennai today.

N Srinivasan, the BCCI president, had first announced the board's plans to make these payments at the opening ceremony of the ongoing IPL. "I would like to say that from the proceeds of the playoff games of the IPL, the BCCI will give a one-time benefit to those [players] who have graced Indian cricket - international as well as those who have played domestic cricket for a long time," Srinivasan had said. "This is a small thank you to those who have done yeoman service to Indian cricket."

Players who have retired before the 2003-04 season are eligible for the payment, adding up to around 160 cricketers in all. The payments will be made in seven categories, with the top payments going to players who have played more than 100 Tests. Kapil Dev, Sunil Gavaskar and Dilip Vengsarkar fall under this category, and will receive Rs 1.5 crore ($280,000 approx) each.

Other retired Test players, depending on the number of games they have played, will get between Rs 1 crore and Rs 35 lakhs. Domestic players who have played 100 and more first-class games will be awarded Rs 30 lakhs, while those who have played 75-99 first-class matches will get Rs 25 apiece.


Some players who stand to benefit
  • 100+ Tests, Rs 1.5 crore: Kapil Dev, Sunil Gavaskar, Dilip Vengsarkar
  • 75-99 Tests, Rs 1 crore: GR Viswanath, Syed Kirmani, Ravi Shastri
  • 50-74 Tests, Rs 75 lakh: B Chandrasekhar, Mohinder Amarnath, S Venkataraghavan
  • 25-49 Tests, Rs 60 lakh: Erapalli Prasanna, Salim Durani, Maninder Singh



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Unread 05-12-2012, 03:35 PM   #2
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Why not spare the rich cricketers and distribute more money to the less fortunate ones.
I guess this is not a need based payout, but i wonder if it is necessary to begin with.

Doesn't the BCCI have a pension plan in place?

Unread 05-12-2012, 03:47 PM   #3
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Quote Originally Posted by tdigi View Post
Why not spare the rich cricketers and distribute more money to the less fortunate ones.
I guess this is not a need based payout, but i wonder if it is necessary to begin with.

Doesn't the BCCI have a pension plan in place?
i think it has.

anyways excellent gesture. B Chandra aand all have toiled hard without tangible nefits n while slightly late, is a big time bonus...

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Unread 05-12-2012, 03:49 PM   #4
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well tdigi... seems they put one in place in 06 itself, and covers FC cricketers as well..

http://www.thatscricket.com/news/200...on-scheme.html
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Unread 05-12-2012, 04:00 PM   #5
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Good initiative by BCCI. Older cricketers hardly got a fraction of what today's youngsters earn. so its apt that the BCCI gives them a piece of the pie too.

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yeah..

gladdens the mind to no extent that a guy like K Ananthapadmanabhan, who went on to represent Kerala 108 times in FC cricket, and yet did not get his due, get a kitty of 30 L....

Great gesture...
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Unread 05-12-2012, 04:48 PM   #7
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BCCI should plan this for former IPL players also,

100+ IPL T20s, Rs 1.5 crore
75-99 IPL T20s, Rs 1 crore
50-74 IPL T20s, Rs 75 lakh
25-49 IPL T20s, Rs 60 lakh

For likes of Badrinath, Murali Vijay and others less fortunate ones who are ignored by national selectors.

Unread 05-12-2012, 06:54 PM   #10
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Unread 05-12-2012, 07:25 PM   #11
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Unread 05-12-2012, 07:26 PM   #12
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Quote Originally Posted by CSK Fanatic View Post
BCCI should plan this for former IPL players also,

100+ IPL T20s, Rs 1.5 crore
75-99 IPL T20s, Rs 1 crore
50-74 IPL T20s, Rs 75 lakh
25-49 IPL T20s, Rs 60 lakh

For likes of Badrinath, Murali Vijay and others less fortunate ones who are ignored by national selectors.
Dude, Badri and Vijay are making in excess of 3 crores each per season. If you want to feel sorry, you should include those playing in the IPL without an auction or retention money and playing for $50k and $60k, the likes of Rahul Sharma and Rahane.

Unread 05-12-2012, 07:54 PM   #13
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Quote Originally Posted by CSK Fanatic View Post
BCCI should plan this for former IPL players also,

100+ IPL T20s, Rs 1.5 crore
75-99 IPL T20s, Rs 1 crore
50-74 IPL T20s, Rs 75 lakh
25-49 IPL T20s, Rs 60 lakh

For likes of Badrinath, Murali Vijay and others less fortunate ones who are ignored by national selectors.
Vijay unfortunate?
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Unread 05-12-2012, 10:06 PM   #14
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Unread 05-13-2012, 12:54 AM   #15
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I hope BCCI looks after cricketers like Prasanna, Chandrashekhar etc., i.e. the guys who were not able to make much money from the game or players who are in financial distress. There's not much point in gifting money to the likes of Gavaskars, Shastris or Kapils. I am sure even these players will understand in case their share of the money is trimmed in favor of helping out the former cricketers who are in much more need of the money.
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Unread 05-13-2012, 04:04 AM   #16
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Gavaskar, Kapil, Shastri are already super rich...distribute it to other players who are somehow surviving now
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Unread 05-13-2012, 04:21 AM   #17
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Unread 05-13-2012, 04:29 AM   #18
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Quote Originally Posted by Texy View Post
Gavaskar, Kapil, Shastri are already super rich...distribute it to other players who are somehow surviving now
Hmm.. can't agree there

They became rich of their own effort... Not BCCI's charity... This is a gesture at rewarding their efforts to Indian cricket and test cricket. There has been an objective criteria (no. of tests) set.
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Unread 05-13-2012, 09:59 AM   #19
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Quote Originally Posted by Texy View Post
Gavaskar, Kapil, Shastri are already super rich...distribute it to other players who are somehow surviving now
Is there a rule that the super rich can't be rewarded based on merit? If Gavaskar or Kapil feel like it, they could offer their share to other players. This is not charity show - this is reward for contribution to Indian cricket.

Unread 05-13-2012, 10:12 AM   #20
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Nice gesture. They cant exclude guys like Sunny for being 'super rich' as Precamb says theyve done it out of their skill at commentary etc...great that long serving FC players get rewarded
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Unread 05-13-2012, 11:07 AM   #21
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Good on BCCI, good gesture. I guess much needed for the past players. They can be easily forgotten in the days of fast food and Twenty20s.
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Quote Originally Posted by Marut View Post
Is there a rule that the super rich can't be rewarded based on merit? If Gavaskar or Kapil feel like it, they could offer their share to other players. This is not charity show - this is reward for contribution to Indian cricket.
You should post more often.
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Unread 05-13-2012, 05:03 PM   #23
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Quote Originally Posted by CSK Fanatic View Post
BCCI should plan this for former IPL players also,

100+ IPL T20s, Rs 1.5 crore
75-99 IPL T20s, Rs 1 crore
50-74 IPL T20s, Rs 75 lakh
25-49 IPL T20s, Rs 60 lakh

For likes of Badrinath, Murali Vijay and others less fortunate ones who are ignored by national selectors.
Clooney hosted a fundraiser for the Obama re-election campaign where every attendee paid $40,000 for dinner. As a CSK fanatic, you could hold one within your friends, Rs. 40 for idli+dosa+sambhar and forward the proceeds to Badrinath & Vijay

Unread 05-15-2012, 09:44 PM   #24
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Quote Originally Posted by Marut View Post
Is there a rule that the super rich can't be rewarded based on merit? If Gavaskar or Kapil feel like it, they could offer their share to other players. This is not charity show - this is reward for contribution to Indian cricket.
Agree.

Good move by the BCCI.
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I hope they consider players like Amol Mazumdar who haven't retired before 2004. The cut off at 2004 is not understandable.

Someone like Mazumdar has made big contribution to the Indian domestic cricket.

That all said, Great Stuff from BCCI to acknowledge former players.

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Quote Originally Posted by tdigi View Post
Doesn't the BCCI have a pension plan in place?
I hope they do. :-)

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I hope they do. :-)
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Quote Originally Posted by Cricketics View Post
I hope they consider players like Amol Mazumdar who haven't retired before 2004. The cut off at 2004 is not understandable.

Someone like Mazumdar has made big contribution to the Indian domestic cricket.

That all said, Great Stuff from BCCI to acknowledge former players.
Mazumdar retired in 2007 rite?

What is exact date of cut off? My bohood hero Ananthapadmanabhan retired in Dec 2004 - hopefully he makes the cut
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Quote Originally Posted by Precambrian View Post
Mazumdar retired in 2007 rite?

What is exact date of cut off? My bohood hero Ananthapadmanabhan retired in Dec 2004 - hopefully he makes the cut
bloody hell, hes got a long name

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Quote Originally Posted by pensionplan View Post
I hope they do. :-)


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BCCI reward makes Abid Ali feel "as great as winning a match"

It's 9:30 on a Sunday morning in California and 70-year-old Syed Abid Ali, the former India all-rounder is all set to leave his home to umpire a club match in height of summer.

MiD DAY delivers the news of him being a beneficiary of the Board of Control for Cricket in India's one-time benefit payment to retired cricketers.

Abid Ali falls in the 25 to 49 Tests bracket and is eligible for a reward of Rs 60 lakh. He cannot believe his ears. And his first utterance is of gratitude to the Board.

The reason I am so grateful is because I really need the money. Somehow, God has sent it to the BCCI and the people there have been gracious enough to pass it on. At the moment, it feels as great as winning a match, he said.

Abid Ali played 29 Tests for India from 1967 to 1974. He also figured in the inaugural World Cup in 1975. During his international career, he was part of three overseas Test series wins New Zealand in 1968, West Indies and England in 1971.

At Port of Spain in 1971, he deliberately tapped a full toss from leg-break bowler Arthur Barrett to give debutant Sunil Gavaskar the honour of scoring the winning runs. His chance to hit the winning runs came five months later at the Oval in London when India beat England for the first time on foreign soil.

Abid Ali moved from Hyderabad to California in 1980, a move he said he regretted. I shouldn't have done it, but I did because I wanted my children to be educated, he said on a visit to India in 1997.

An open-heart surgery in 1995 was a blow and Abid Ali turned to the country of his birth to provide him with some coaching opportunities. He managed to coach Andhra Pradesh, but after his second stint with them in 2008, tragedy struck.

His 33-year-old son Faqeer Ali, who had married Syed Kirmani's daughter, collapsed to his death after completing a run for Tracy United Cricket Club in Fremont. He suffered a massive heart attack. The help that I used to get from my son went away and I lost the house I was living in since I was unable to make the payments. After that, my daughter had some problems and she came to stay with me with her two kids. Such things happen; I am a fighter, he remarked.

Financially, it has been a rough ride for Abid Ali despite getting Rs 15 lakh from a celebrity match played out between Mohammed Azharuddin XI and Arjuna Ranatunga XI in 1998.

He welcomes the help from BCCI, but the disappointment of not getting any coaching opportunities for the India and senior teams despite being a qualified coach rankles. I want to do something for my country. No one gave me an extended opportunity not even Andhra. I really want to do some coaching in India. Coming to America has taught me how one should be professional. I'd love to get involved with Indian cricket, he said.

The Sunday game he umpired in the Northern California Cricket Association league fetched him 66 dollars, an amount he will value as much as the Rs 60 lakh reward.

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Quote Originally Posted by Precambrian View Post
Mazumdar retired in 2007 rite?

What is exact date of cut off? My bohood hero Ananthapadmanabhan retired in Dec 2004 - hopefully he makes the cut
Muzumdar aspires to play Ranji next year. He's still around.
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Unread 05-21-2012, 07:58 PM   #38
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BCCI confirm benefit of $13m to ex-players

the Playoff matches of the IPL 2012 will witness a tribute by the BCCI to its greats, the likes of which has no parallels in history.

The surplus revenue to BCCI from IPL and CLT20 will be utilised to make a one-time payment to International and First-Class cricketers who retired before 2004, in recognition of their services to Indian cricket. A total of ` 70 crores will be distributed among these stalwarts.

Widows of deceased cricketers will also be eligible for the one-time payment.

The beneficiaries have been divided into the following categories:

- Cricketers who have played more than 100 Test matches - Rs 1.5 crores

- Cricketers who have played between 75 & 99 Test matches - 1 crore

- Cricketers who have played between 50 & 74 Test matches - 75 lakhs

- Cricketers who have played between 25 & 49 Test matches - 60 lakhs

- Cricketers who have played between 10 & 24 Test matches - 50 lakhs

- Cricketers who have played between 1 & 9 Test matches and who have played their last international match before 1970 - 35 lakhs

- Cricketers who have played 100 and more First-Class matches - 30 lakhs

- Cricketers who have played between 75 & 99 First Class matches - 25 lakhs

Hundred ODIs will be considered part of the Ń√etween 25 and 49 Tests bracket.

Some of the beneficiaries have been invited to the IPL 2012 Playoff venues. They will be presented their respective cheques before the start of the Playoff matches. It is practically difficult to invite all the beneficiaries for the matches and hence, the others will be sent their cheques.
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people who have played 100 EA sports matches should be considered
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Kapil's name doesn't feature in the list released by the BCCI.



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