Jason Roy cheated the country for the sake of a few rupees, broke ties with England cricket to play in America’s cricket league


Jason Roy: England’s dashing cricketer Jason Roy was playing for KKR in the IPL this year. Although he was not available for the first few matches, he later joined the team and played matches. Meanwhile, he is gathering a lot of buzz. In fact, Jason Roy has sought permission from the England Cricket Board (ECB) to sign a contract with Major League Cricket (MLC). ECB will see him participating in this tournament without any restrictions. The ECB has made it clear that this will not pose any problem in his selection in the England cricket team.

Jason Roy took a big decision

Recently, there was news that some franchises of IPL had given an offer to some of the players of T20, the shortest format of cricket. Under this offer, he had to play for that franchise in some of the biggest leagues around the world instead of his country. In return those players were offered crores of rupees. There were more English cricketers in this.

In the same episode, Jason Roy has now signed a 3.8 crore deal with KKR’s USA team LA Knight Riders. For this, he has got approval from the England Cricket Board. In fact, the ECB issued an official statement and approved Roy to play in this tournament. At the same time, he said that this will not cause any problem in the selection of Jason Roy in the England team. He wrote under this statement,

“England Men’s white ball batsman Jason Roy has informed the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) that he is looking to settle with Major League Cricket in the United States at the end of the year. The ECB has agreed for him to play in the competition on the condition that he gives up the remainder of his ECB incremental contract, which has been agreed upon by both parties. The ECB would like to clarify that its decision will have no impact on Jason’s selection for England teams going forward. We have full confidence that Jason is committed to England cricket.”

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