Match Fixing - Controversies involving the IPL


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Do you think IPL should be banned after so many scandals ? edited, (sourse: wikipedia) a. Conflicts with the England and Wales Cricket Board b. Controversy about tax exemption c. Media restrictions d. Conflict with Cricket Club of India e. Suspension of Lalit Modi f. Chirayu Amin named IPL interim chairman g. Termination of the Kochi franchise h. 2012 spot fixing case i. 2013 spot-fixing and betting case j. Pune Warriors withdrawal



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no it should not be banned

banning is not a permanent solution.it is a temporary one..errors should be rectified from level zero,that is from the base level,the root level.....more


Impossible Event ;)

If you would wash corruption, IPL have to be banned. So, garbage free India is not possible and IPL banned also. And point of view so many domestic cricketers, who don’t get a chance to play for India Team, can hold their passion through IPL. ...more


commercialization and corporate ownership are the main culprits.

The reason behind the fixing lies in the havoc commercialization of the popular sports. Where a large some of money is involved and when very few people is involved it is bound to happen.Scandals were there from the very first day, it is coming out now. BCCI should not indulge in any kind of commercial league like IPL. It would be better if they come up with the idea of a T20 league where every state will participate and respective state cricket boards will have the total ownership. ...more


intrusion of politicians is one of the main reasons

banning will not lead to any solution rather subjectively , a try to diminsh the control over bcci by the indian politicians can do some productive outcome . ...more


no i dont think so

banning is a temporary step..we need something more strict...more

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commercialization and corporate ownership are the main culprits.

The reason behind the fixing lies in the havoc commercialization of the popular sports. Where a large some of money is involved and when very few people is involved it is bound to happen.Scandals were there from the very first day, it is... ...more

commercialization and corporate ownership are the main culprits.

The reason behind the fixing lies in the havoc commercialization of the popular sports. Where a large some of money is involved and when very few people is involved it is bound to happen.Scandals were there from the very first day, it is... ...more

no i dont think so

banning is a temporary step..we need something more strict ...more

no i dont think so

banning is a temporary step..we need something more strict ...more

intrusion of politicians is one of the main reasons

banning will not lead to any solution rather subjectively , a try to diminsh the control over bcci by the indian politicians can do some productive outcome . ...more

intrusion of politicians is one of the main reasons

banning will not lead to any solution rather subjectively , a try to diminsh the control over bcci by the indian politicians can do some productive outcome . ...more

Impossible Event ;)

If you would wash corruption, IPL have to be banned. So, garbage free India is not possible and IPL banned also. And point of view so many domestic cricketers, who don’t get a chance to play for India Team, can hold their passion through ... ...more

Impossible Event ;)

If you would wash corruption, IPL have to be banned. So, garbage free India is not possible and IPL banned also. And point of view so many domestic cricketers, who don’t get a chance to play for India Team, can hold their passion through ... ...more

no it should not be banned

banning is not a permanent solution.it is a temporary one..errors should be rectified from level zero,that is from the base level,the root level.. ...more

no it should not be banned

banning is not a permanent solution.it is a temporary one..errors should be rectified from level zero,that is from the base level,the root level.. ...more

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