James Palmens (photo credit: twitter)
New Delhi, 11 May: Fielding coach James Palmens of Mumbai Indians has claimed that some Indian cricketers did not like being under restrictions in the IPL bio bubble but found the bubble absolutely safe. He did not name any player. The league was postponed indefinitely on May 4, after cases of corona infection in players in the IPL. “Some Indian players did not like the restrictions and guidelines,” Pamant told Stuff.com New Zealand. But we felt absolutely safe. Not even once did we feel that there was any agreement on security in the bubble. ”
The former coach of the Northern District of New Zealand said that he and the players of the Mumbai team were starting to get apprehensive shortly before the league was halted. “We were a little scared and apprehensive when matters started coming up in teams,” he said. “Chennai Super Kings told that there are cases in his team and we played from Chennai the same week.” I spent most of the time with the cricketers from Australia and New Zealand and I found that their thinking had changed. “He said that he did not even think for a moment that his health in the bio bubble created by Mumbai Indians in the team hotel An agreement was reached. Also read: India Tour of Sri Lanka 2021: Team India to play three ODIs and three T20 matches in July
Palmant said that before the league was suspended, he knew that India was struggling with the Corona crisis and in such a way matches should not be held in six cities. He said, “If the matches were only in Mumbai then it would have happened easily. But once the matter was raised in Mumbai, the management of field workers and other staff became difficult. ”He also said that it was irresponsible to allow 70,000 spectators to enter the Test matches against England in Ahmedabad and then Corona in Ahmedabad. Infection cases increased.