Former Ranji & IPL player Milind Kumar joins league in the USA
We have seen cricketers of many countries changing nationality to pursue their careers in sports. Countries like South Africa has lost many players in this respect.
Even in India, it is also difficult for all cricketers to pursue their dreams as the talent base is very huge and hence few individuals who fails to get enough openings, starts to contemplate living the country to get citizenship in another county and pursue their dreams there with less demanding competition.
Milind Kumar, a former RCB player in IPL, who has also played for Delhi, Sikkim and Tripura in domestic competition. Has migrated to the USA and is signed up for minor league cricket in Philadelphia in the USA. Former Ranji & IPL player Milind Kumar joins league in the USA.
Kumar has a record of scoring 78 not out off 85 balls in a Delhi v England XI practice game in 2013. Later he also represented Board Presidents XI vs New Zealand in 2017.
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With strict rules by BCCI of not allowing any cricketer to play overseas leagues. Milind may have taken the retirement route in Indian cricket to pursue his game in the USA.