SLPL runs into problems

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The Sri Lanka Premier League (SLPL) player franchise ran into problems yesterday when one of the country’s star batsmen went unsold as his franchise bidder backed out. In the meantime, former Sri Lanka Captain and prominent batsman walked off the player franchise meeting citing there was no...

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UppercuT's picture
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ISNT THE LOCAL PLAYER DRAFT HAPPENING TODAY 6TH OF JULY?????? THIS ARTICLE TALKS ABT YESTERDAY 5TH OF JULY. THERE WERE NO LOCAL PLAYERS DRAFTED YESTERDAY!!!!!!!

for a country's premier newspaper, this is really irresponsible reporting; no names;nosource. this is somethin one wud see in gossip sites

raggy's picture
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ape ewun international players lata cricket epa karanawa sure ,,,

CGI's picture
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I like the comment #2,

I won't be surprised if these people make a mess again.
Political puppets squeezing SLC.

Anonymous's picture

@Uppercut_7 - yes it is a premier newspaper but whenever there is a negative article posted here i always assume Island its gotta be from the Island since the king of gloom and doom Mr.Rex is involved with that paper. The guy would find a fault even if Sri Lanka won 17 world cups on the trot.

Danushka's picture

Journalists job is also not to lick boots but to highlight problems so we can find solutions.

Anonymous's picture

@Danushka - yes but complaining about everything just makes that journalist look like a joker to the rest of the world. Highlighting problems is one thing but finding fault with everything is not acceptable.

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