The 46-year-old had performed 14 video games for KTK, scoring 285 runs at a mean of 35.63.
Former Australia batsman Brad Hodge on Monday cheekily enquired if the BCCI has been capable of “locate” the money that the now-defunct Kochi Tuskers Kerala owed him for representing it in the 2010 version of the Indian Premier League.
The 46-year-old had performed 14 video games for KTK, scoring 285 runs at a mean of 35.63. He was purchased by Tuskers for $425,000 at the 2010 public sale.
“Players are still owed 35% of their money earned from 10 years ago from the IPL representing Kochi Tuskers. Any chance the BCCI could locate that money?” Hodge tweeted.
Going by Hodge’s tweet, Tuskers appear to owe the Australian greater than $127,000.
Hodge was reacting to a report revealed in the Telegraph about the Indian ladies’s workforce not receiving its share of $550,000 ICC prize money from the BCCI.
It have to be famous that Kochi Tuskers was expelled after only one season for defaulting on its annual cost in 2011.