Former New Zealand captain Glenn Turner has expressed concern about cricket's shortest format T20. Turner believes that the introduction of this shorter format has affected different types of cricket and ought to be anticipated to re-analyze its future within the break attributable to the Kovid-19 international epidemic.
72-year-old Turner, former chairman of the New Zealand choice panel, believes that cricket directors are following the trail of capitalism. <! –
The web site Stuff.co.nz quoted Turner as saying, 'Money is dominated and you’ve got made T20 so dominant that it has in all probability pushed again different codecs of the sport which I contemplate to be a extra acceptable format. This is going on solely due to the cash it receives and naturally there may be an argument that it’s elevating extra folks curiosity in cricket.
Turner, who wrote a brand new e book 'Cricket's Global Warming' in affiliation with well-known creator Lynn Maconnell, mentioned that the lockdown attributable to the Kovid-19 epidemic is an opportunity to reassess the long run.
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The former New Zealand captain and coach mentioned, 'More cash goes to the highest degree and it is sort of a society the place the hole between wealthy and poor is widening. We hope that issues might be analyzed once more after this epidemic. '
Turner additionally mentioned that in the previous few a long time, gamers have develop into simpler than the board. He mentioned, "The power has almost completely come in the hands of the players where the board has lagged behind and the senior players are being allowed to operate mostly which is not the ideal situation."