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No agreement on pay deal yet between CA and ACA

No agreement on pay deal yet between CA and ACA Aspiring to reach a solution, Australian Cricketer’s Association (ACA) and Cricket Australia (CA) have been engaging in discussions over the continuing pay dispute of the country but yet to reach in any agreed terms, said ACA sources.

After the previous five year agreement expired on June 30, 2017, approximately 230 cricketers fell unemployed as both parties failed to make new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).

Australia’s ‘A’ tour to South Africa has already been fallen apart in absence of a revised pay deal with cricketers.

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Alistair Nicholson, the Chief Executive Officer of the players’ union said, “The increased involvement of CA CEO James Sutherland has been pleasing. A better understanding has been established on both parties’ positions.”

The Australian national team is scheduled to play a two Test series in Bangladesh in August and September and the a limited over series in India before the Ashes.

Cricket Australia, now, believes the two decade old model of revenue sharing is unfit, under which cricketers get a fixed percentage of revenue.


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