Smith and Warner tweet about Bangladesh tour

Smith and Warner tweet about Bangladesh tour

A deal has been agreed “in principle” by Australia’s players to resolve a long-running pay dispute that could have threatened the upcoming Test series between Bangladesh and Australia. [বাংলায় পড়ুনঃ বাংলাদেশ সফর নিয়ে স্মিথ-ওয়ার্নারের টুইট]

Victory was claimed by the players and the Australian Cricketers Association after Cricket Australia conceded to the continuation of the contentious revenue share model, albeit with significant changes, in a heads of agreement signed on Thursday morning.

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Australia skipper Steve Smith expressed his happiness after the signing of the agreement. “Great to get a deal done! It’s been a long and challenging process and it’s great that we can now get on with playing the game that we all love. I’d like to thank the ACA for negotiating on behalf of the players,” Smith said on Twitter.

He also said that he looks forward to upcoming series in Bangladesh and India and an exciting summer of Ashes cricket. “I’m excited that we can all start working together gain to continue to grow our great game. I look forward to Bangladesh, India and an exciting summer of Ashes cricket.”

Here are Steve Smith’s tweets:

Meanwhile, David Warner also tweeted on the issue. “Great outcome to retain the revenue share for all players now and in the future while supporting the games grassroots. Looking forward to getting back out on the park and doing what we love, playing cricket. Thanks everyone for your support,” he said on Twitter.

Here are David Warner’s tweets:

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