Pakistan players to play in 2010 IPL
Aaron Moores | cricket20
After sitting out this years Indian Premier League which took place in South Africa Pakistani cricketers will once again be allowed to take part in the IPL starting from next year.
After the Mumbai terror attacks last November Pakistan's foreign affairs ministry advised the Pakistan Cricket Board to stop it's players taking part in the IPL.

Even though the event was moved to South Africa Pakistan's players were still not allowed to take part.

The PCB have now decided to give its players the go ahead to take part in the 2010 IPL which will take place once again back in India.

PCB chairman Ejaz Butt recently met with IPL Commissioner Lalit Modi and reassured him Pakistan's players will be allowed to play.

"I spoke to him about our players taking part in the next IPL season and have requested him to ensure that Pakistani players are allowed to play in the league next year," he said.
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