Wellington: Chennai Super Kings (CSK) Coach Stephen Fleming said that he is uncertain about his future involvement with the IPL in the wake of a Supreme Court-appointed committee imposing a two- year ban on the IPL franchise.
CSK Coach Stephen Fleming. Pic/PTI
The former New Zealand skipper was expecting that the team would be fined, but the verdict by the Lodha panel had surprised him very much.
The 42-year old said that the franchise message was they were prepared for the punishment, but they are a little surprised by the severity, Stuff.co.nz reported.
Fleming said that he is still on contract, but it is now a case of wait and see, adding that he did not know whether the franchise would include him or not.
Fleming insisted that the whole team was very disappointed to find themselves in such a situation as he has worked very hard with the team and in return he had also been looked after very well by the franchise.
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