, formally announced the name of his newly bought franchise for #PakistanCricketLeague
) on Sunday.
In a video message on #Twitter
said he has decided to retain the previous name of #MultanSultans
after getting feedback from fans in #SouthPunjab
He informed that the citizens suggested different names including Multan Bahadar, Multan Malang and many others. But a good number of citizens recommended #MultanSultan
and so Tareen honoured the majority’s proposal.
On Dec 20, the Ali Tareen-led Multan consortium won the franchise rights for the sixth team of the cricket league.
According to a tweet by #PSL
, the #PakistanCricketBoard
) had set the reserve price at $5.21 million per year for a period of seven years. “This reserve price has been exceeded by the bid winners.”