Mumbai. Soon after Supreme Court proposed that CSK and Rajasthan Royals not be allowed to participate in IPL 7, suspended former IPL commissioner has announced a new cricket tournament – Suspended Premier League (SPL), which will give an opportunity to all the suspended IPL teams.
“As of now, we have Rajasthan Royals, Chennai Super Kings, Kochi Tuskers and Pune Warriors on our side. I had a talk with Srinivasan, Subrata Roy, Raj Kundra and Sreesanth, and I am pleased to say that they all agreed,” said IPL founder Lalit Modi while talking to Faking News.
“SPL is going to be more much interesting than the boring IPL. I bet, it will a super wild tournament,” promised Srinivasan when asked about prospects of Suspended Premier League.
However, he refused to make any direct comment about his troubled past relations with Lalit Modi. “Emotions have no place in my business decisions,” Srinivasan added firmly.
If sources are to be believed, SPL is going to be like a big party and the organizers are making every effort to make it more alluring than IPL.
“Strippers in place of cheerleaders, pre match, during match and post match booze party are some of the highlights,” said a source.
Match fixing and all other kind of so called malpractices, will not be looked down upon in this tournament.
“We are not going to judge these practices, who are we to judge? So, fixing, betting, dancing, slapping, abusing all will be permitted, as public like these things. Our bold and brave attitude is going to be our USP,” said an official of newly formed working committee of SPL.
Reportedly, they are even working on a contest ‘Spot the Fix’ where normal public will get a chance to win cash by predicting whether the ball or over or match is fixed or not. Few of the lucky winners will even get a chance to play match.