Mumbai: Following reports that the league could start again, players and coaches slam it citing outstanding payments and mismanagement.
Himanshu Mody, who was in charge of the now defunct Indian Cricket League (ICL), may have ambitiously said that the league could "start again", but players and coaches, who were part of the ICL feel no one will want to be associated with the tournament again. (Also Read: IPL ideal business model: Australian researcher)
Kiran Powar, who played for Mumbai Champs, said he felt betrayed by the tournament's organisers. "ICL betrayed us (players). They have not given our match fees till now. Kapil Dev would ask us to call the (ICL) office where no one answered our calls. This has hurt us a lot," Kiran, brother of India offie Ramesh said.