http://content-nz.cricinfo.com/icl/content/story/309361.html This means anyone who joins this rebel league will be unavailable to be part of their respective countries. For instance Stephen Fleming and Shane Bond have both been roumered to be approached and if they go they cannot play first class cricket in new zealand, it will be like they would be shuned, and thats not good for the game, i think if it doesnt interfer with any commitments for their country it should be fine. Some good signings with Martyn being the first Australian to confirm he is going, while Warne and McGrath have been roumered to be going as well, since these three players have all retired it wouldnt make any difference to the ACB. Chris Cairns and Nathan Astle are also roumoured. Brian Lara has gone there, which is good for him, and probably good for alot of the older guys just because its only 6 weeks out of the year and they get a huge pay packet out of it. If this goes ahead i think it could ruin cricket if the ICC doesnt acknowledge it as part of cricket. I know its being goverened by some rich guy in India but it will cause a rift between top players, and we might not even see some of the top players play for their country which would be really sad to see. Maybe even seeing players leave in their prime for the big bucks. Hopefully it works out well and it becomes an even more global game, it will be interesting to see what happens, i hope we get to see it on tv over here.