The cricketers are having a hard time collecting their salaries
Over time, franchise-based domestic T20 cricket tournaments have grown in popularity among players and spectators. Cricketers and people associated with the league get a chance to earn more money in a few days in the leagues. However, in the case of earning more, there is a risk. The cricketers are having a hard time collecting their salaries.
The Federation of International Cricketers’ Associations (FICA) claims that at least 34 percent of players in the league face pay issues. However, FICA has called on the International Cricket Council (ICC), the governing body of cricket, to take appropriate steps to address the issue.
According to the FICAR report, players in a total of six domestic franchise-based domestic T20 tournaments around the world are facing pay issues. Where the name is Bangladesh Premier League (BPL). The other five tournaments are the Master Champions League, Euro T20 Slam, Global T20 Canada, Abu Dhabi T20, and Qatar T20 League.
The cricketers refused to play in 2019 Global Twenty20 in Canada due to remuneration. The Euro T20 Slam was canceled for the same reason. The organization has called on the ICC to take appropriate steps to resolve the players’ pay issue.
FICA chief executive Tom Moffat said: It is their responsibility to protect the people working under the ICC. Therefore, the ICC needs to take appropriate action on this issue. We urge decision-makers to work with FICA and players’ organizations at the domestic level to address the issues identified in our report. “