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An original TWP production reliving the Sachin years.
Guest writer, Satwik Roy writes how Sachin Tendulkar defined an entire generation.
Guest writer, Deepak Balamurali writes a tribute to India's greatest cricketer.
A look at India's latest move of promoting Suresh Raina to the no.4 spot in ODIs.
We review Cricket Coach 2014 and talk about all the new features
The little master announces his retirement from cricket after the upcoming WI test series at home.
We review International Cricket Captain 2013 and talk about all the new features
The ten existing Indian franchises would have the first right to buy the new franchises in England at an auction. Each franchise would need to strike a 50% partnership with a UK-based stakeholder to give the team a local presence. If any of the existing franchises chose not to bid for a team, the losing bidders from the Indian auctions would have the second right to bid. After that, the auction will be thrown open to all interested bidders. The counties would get 20% of the revenues while the franchises would get 80%. All franchise fees are payable to the BCCI, out of which 20% may be paid to the clubs. Each county would be guaranteed a payout between $3 - $5 million a year, along with a staging fee of $1.5 million. The player regulations would be the same as they are in the IPL - 10 overseas players per team, with no more than four in the playing 11.
"I was destined to be one of the world's greatest batsmen, but nobody other than me realised that. I'm the Tendulkar of England."So go on and follow Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar on Twitter. His Twitter handle is sachin_rt.