Bangladesh Cricket Board plans to introduce a ‘six-month review’ clause in the central contracts for the players

This year, the central contracts for the players will include a “six-month review” clause, according to the Bangladesh Cricket Board.

The BCB cricket operation chairman, Jalal Yunus, confirmed to Cricbuzz on Monday that they have decided to include the clause and will be taking the approval in the next board meeting. The national selection panel recently recommended to the board that contracted players be reviewed every six months to look at the progress of the players.


“Yes, we will have a review of centrally contracted cricketers after every six months. From now onwards we want the boys to value the central contract and act accordingly,” said Jalal.

“We have not yet decided whether we will scrap the contract if anyone is found performing below par but more than anything else this initiative is taken to make a competitive atmosphere among the cricketers getting the central contract.”