Fans are dissatisfied with BCCI's resolution to postpone the upcoming Indian Premier League season until 15 April. In truth, the Indian Cricket Board has determined to cease the 13th season of IPL in the interim, maintaining in thoughts the damaging corona virus spreading within the nation and overseas. Although it’s attainable that the IPL must be performed on indoor school, however the followers are usually not proud of it both.
Prabhu Damodaran, the chief of the Chennai Super Kings' Army Whistle Podu Army, one of many profitable IPL franchises, mentioned, "As a fan and as a bunch we are going to assist our crew wherever it goes, clearly it's disappointing. <! –
But we imagine that if this nation is within the curiosity then all is true. "
However, he’s additionally unhappy that followers won’t get the expertise of watching stay matches. He mentioned, "If the IPL happens behind closed doors then we will miss the live match experience and the yellow color we see on the field, especially the #Yellove that we spread across the stadium. More wherever we go There are more CSK fans and now we will support our team from home. We will support our team on social media and send best wishes to the Super Kings. "
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As per the preliminary schedule, the 13th season of the IPL was scheduled to be held from March 29 to May 24, however the event has been postponed to April 15 to scale back the chance of the quick spreading corona virus worldwide. Although Board President Sourav Ganguly had earlier made a press release that the IPL can be efficiently organized by making all the safety preparations, however after the assembly held in Mumbai on Saturday, it was determined that the ultimate resolution concerning the event will likely be taken subsequent month.