Warne, the captain of the success of the Royals in the first IPL tournament in 2008, said he hoped the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), which are cash rich Twenty20 event "return to reason.
" The BCCI said on Sunday it had decided to terminate the franchise agreements with Punjab and Rajasthan, "based on legal advice", which had obtained, and also issued a notice to Kochi new franchise ownership to address disputes.The BCCI will not specify the alleged violations.
Warne, who returned home to England on Monday Twitter: "Thanks for all your messages of support, still in shock to restore the Royals IPL news, which are the other owners hope to say more, as soon as possible "Wizard of leg-spin added:"?. And now for the young? "He said he hoped the BCCI again.
" The Royals gave young players a chance, unknown save as Indian captain, and our body … we have supported technical team.
"There are three seasons the Royals won the first edition of IPL underdogs went well, what a story it helped give credibility to competition.
Kings XI Punjab was purchased for $ 76 million in 2008 by a consortium of businessmen, while Rajasthan Royals have been snapped up 67 million dollars, business people, including Australian media mogul Lachlan Murdoch.
Apart Warne, Shane Watson fellow Australians and Shaun Tait, South Africa Graeme Smith and Pakistan's Kamran Akmal and Younis Khan played for the Royals, while paceman Brett Lee of Australia, played the Sri Lankans Mahela Jayawardene and Kumar Sangakkara for the Kings.