A spokesperson for Lahore Qalandars told ESPNcricinfo that there are bubble breaches in the team’s hotels
The blame game began when the PSL franchises and management began sifting through the wreckage of Season 6 It has been curtailed 14 matches, after a series of Covid-19 cases, between players and support staff. An investigation into what went wrong, at some point not yet determined in the future, will be conducted and conducted independently of the PCB. And although PCB CEO Wasim Khan started a press conference by saying “it’s not about the blame game”, the message at the end – when he talks about “restraint” and players need to “take responsibility” – has shifted.
The drive for this shift is likely the reaction of at least two perks; A spokesperson for Lahore Qalandars told ESPNcricinfo that there were clear bubble breaches at the hotel, and that the hotel held weddings – far from the bubble but on the premises – throughout the tournament.
“This is not a blame game,” Khan said. “It’s about who is to blame.” “This is a collective effort. We all had a responsibility towards the police and the self-policing of that environment. Unfortunately, we were not able to do it effectively enough. And then we find ourselves in this situation today.
“We had a discussion this morning with the franchisees and came to the conclusion that it is better to postpone the event. We entered that meeting with the franchisees with one or two possible solutions, one of them in terms of looking for a suspension of procedures for five days until we were able to understand what was going on and see if it was We can move forward. There was a strong consensus that it could not continue based on the fact that he was outside our own and other reasonable areas because of what had happened. “
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Othman Sami El-Din is a Senior Editor at ESPNcricinfo. Umar Farooq is the Pakistan correspondent for ESPNcricinfo
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