BCCI on Gavaskar money claim

Updated: 03 November 2010 16:43 IST

The BCCI in India has however rejected former India captain Gavaskar's claim that he hasn't been paid for his services to the IPL.

BCCI on Gavaskar money claim

New Delhi:

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has however rejected former India captain Gavaskar's claim that he hasn't been paid for his services to the IPL.

BCCI secretary N Srinivasan told NDTV that the board (BCCI) had already paid him 1 crore a year for 3 years.

He went on to say that Mr Gavaskar's claim that he was promised 5 crore a year may be true but there is no written contract to prove that, he also said that the BCCI rejected Mr Gavaskar's demand for more money in it's AGM.



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