Brad Hodge Slams BCCI Over Non-Payment From 10 Years in IPL 2011
The IPL is a very popular franchise-based league in the current cricket world. Due to the huge amount of money, many people chose to play in the IPL instead of playing for the national team. This time an Aussie cricketer complained against the IPL for not getting money. Brad Hodge slams BCCI over the 35 percent non-payment from the IPL 2011. Australian leg-spinner Brad Hogg is the regular face of the IPL. He has played for Rajasthan Royals, KKR as well as Kochi Taskers.
Brad Hogg himself claimed that he still gets IPL money. He also alleged that the BCCI had not yet paid the money 10 years ago. Hogg played in the IPL for Kochi Taskers in 2011. Hogg claims he still gets another 35 percent of that money.
On his personal Twitter account, Hogg wrote, “Will the BCCI pay the remaining 35 percent after playing for the Kochi Taskers in 2011?”
He played 26 matches for the Kochi Taskars in 2011 and scored 265 runs at an average of 35.63.