MS Dhoni won’t be permitted to wear the military symbol on his World Cup wicket-keeping gloves, the International Cricket Council (ICC) told the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Friday. The BCCI had sent in a solicitation to the ICC to permit Dhoni to don the knife logo on his green gloves that he wore during India’s success over South Africa on Wednesday. “The guidelines for ICC occasions don’t allow any individual message or logo to be shown on any things of apparel or hardware. What’s more, the logo additionally ruptures the guidelines in connection to what is allowed on wicketkeeper gloves,” read ICC’s authentic articulation.
Dhoni is a privileged lieutenant colonel in India’s Parachute Regiment and the BCCI kept in touch with the International Cricket Council requesting leeway for their star to continue wearing the gloves.
As indicated by the ICC rules from the World Cup garments and gear guidelines manual, just two producer distinguishing pieces of proof can be worn at the back of every glove.
Additionally, the logos on the glove ought not have a political or racial undertone of any kind.
BCCI reacted by sending a formal solicitation to the ICC, focusing on the logo was “not the paramilitary regimental blade that is embellished on his gloves. So Dhoni isn’t in rupture of ICC guidelines.”
It is trusted Dhoni is probably going to keep on wearing similar gloves however spread the emblem with tape
The ICC has recently administered against players owning political expressions, forbidding England all-rounder Moeen Ali in 2014 from wearing wristbands saying “Spare Gaza” and “Free Palestine”.