Controversy rocked Dhaka Premier Division Twenty20 Cricket League 2021 when Mohammedan Sporting Membership cricketer Shakib Al Hasan uprooted and kicked the stumps throughout a recreation towards Abahani Restricted.
Gazi Group captain Mahmudullah too, displayed his dissatisfaction over a choice in one other contest when Moniruzzaman was the TV umpire.
After the T20 extravaganza was concluded, Moniruzzaman give up from his place and acknowledged that the members of his ilk have to be handled effectively.
“Sufficient is sufficient for me and I don’t need to umpire anymore. Umpires could make errors but when we’re handled on this method, there isn’t a level in doing it anymore as a result of I’m not in it only for the cash,” Moniruzzaman informed Cricbuzz.
Speaking concerning the controversies, the 44-year-old recollected that he had determined to give up from his job the day Mahmudullah expressed his discontent.
“I used to be not concerned in Shakib’s recreation. The best way he behaved was one thing very arduous for me to digest. Within the Mahmudullah match, I used to be the TV umpire and watching the episode carefully. It left me numb and at that time, I made a decision to not stick with it with umpiring,” he acknowledged.
Moniruzzaman additional divulged that he wasn’t an worker of the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) and solely used to get the match charges in comparison with the excessive salaries of the board’s staff. Therefore, he bought into the adjudicating place for the love of the sport.
“I’m not an worker of the BCB and contemplating the cash the umpires get from the board, I can not take this. I used to be doing it out of affection for the sport as a result of I used to get simply the match price. I’m lucky nothing untoward occurred with me to this point however who is aware of I is perhaps a topic of humiliation within the subsequent recreation,” Moniruzzaman concluded.
In the meantime, Abahani Restricted received the T20 Dhaka Premier League 2021 when it completed high of the Tremendous League part of the competitors.
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