7 Cricketers Who Requested To Remove Liquor and Alcohol Logos
Controversial writer Taslima Nasreen tweeted about cricketer Moin Ali, and the issue of cricketers avoiding alcohol advertisements came up for discussion anew. Now find out which other cricketers besides Moin Ali have rejected and requested to remove liquor and alcohol logos and advertisements.
7 Cricketers Who Rejected To Promote Alcohol Logos From Their Jersey
1. Rashid Khan:
While playing for Adelaide Strikers, Rashid Khan did not want to advertise alcohol brand West End in 2016.
2. Imad Wasim:
Imad Wasim did not want to wear a jersey with the Appleton Estate logo when he played in the CPL for Jamaica Talwahs in 2016.
3. Azhar Ali:
When Azhar Ali played for Somerset in 2019, he did not want to wear a jersey with the logo of beer maker Tribute Al.
4. Faheem Ashraf:
When Faheem Ashraf played for Northamptonshire in 2019, he refused to wear a jersey with the logo of beer maker Indian Pell Al.
5. Hashim Amla:
Hashim Amla did not wear the South African jersey with the logo of beer maker Castle Ledger. Hashim Amla has also paid some amount of fine for not wearing the jersey with alcohol advertisements.
6. Sachin Tendulkar:
Sachin Tendulkar turned down the offer of the tobacco company. In 1996, the company wanted Sachin to use the company’s logo on his bat.
7. Moin Ali:
Moin Ali demanded the removal of the liquor advertisement logo from the jersey of Chennai Super Kings (CSK). Later, the authorities accepted his demand.