The Pakistan Super League 2019 edition has been financed by three franchises, while three franchises are being violated by not paying fees. PCB Najam Sethi, former chairman of the Pakistan Super League, ensured that no compromise should be made to the players paid.
The PSL’s Governing Council banned franchisees before each edition that the bank guarantee and fees should be submitted 6 months before the start of the event, so that the financial matters should be taken ahead of the league, but after the appointment of Najam Sethi, the new chairman The first major challenge is the case for teams’ fees.
According to the information, the PSL Governing Council gave the franchisees the first date of payment of money to August 18, which was the first franchise of the Lahore fortunes before it passed.
The Governing Council later extended the payment of money till September 30, taking advantage of this, Quetta Galladrays paid their obligations.
Now there are reports that the defense champion Islamabad united the board in the first week of October, but Karachi Kings, Peshawar Zalmai and Multan Sansas did not pay their obligations for the Pakistan Super League 2019, which were against the infringement
Chairman PCB Ehsan Mani not only expressed reservations about this, but he warned the Franchisees to ensure their payment as soon as possible.