Six cricketers from Bangladesh have joined the Indian Cricket League (ICL) and I think there is a message in it for the cricketing world, says Sandeep Patil in his column on cricketnext.com .
With most players on seven-month contracts, Steve James in the Telegraph believes the counties must ditch their efforts to control players all year round
The loss of 13 Bangladesh players to the ICL might seem a small crack in the cricket world given the country's struggles to field a competitive side, but Dylan Cleaver in New Zealand's Herald on Sunday feels its impact is closer to that of a
Neither logic nor common sense have anything to do with BCCI’s campaign against ICL, writes Suveen K Sinha in the Business Standard
Mark Ramprakash uses his column in the Daily Telegraph to speak honestly about Surrey’s dire season … and gets his excuses in early.
Lou Vincent, the former New Zealand batsman, in an interview with Gulf News , speaks about his experience with depression and how he overcame it.
S.Martin, in Dreamcricket.com , draws some comparisons between the Packer circus and the ICL, and discusses some of the preparations for the league’s upcoming season
Rohit Mahajan, in Outlook , writes the ICL has defied predictions of an early demise and, has instead, expanded into a potent force that could seriously affect the dynamics of world cricket.
Himanshu Mody, the ICL's operational head, in an interview with Kadambari Murali in the Hindustan Times , says the league has plans to expand even if negotiations with the ICC fail.
Adam Parore, in the New Zealand Herald , writes of what he believes is a shift in public perception about the two leagues after the failure of talks between the ICL and BCCI