Many cricketers experiencing pay issues in T20 leagues: FICA report

The Federation of International Cricketers’ Associations (FICA) found that over a third of all players have suffered in recent years

Current Affairs :Numerous players have been managing the issue of late installment or non-installment of pay rates in a large group of residential T20 classes over the world, including the Bangladesh Premier League, expresses the most recent yearly players’ report. 

The Federation of International Cricketers’ Associations (FICA) found that over 33% of all players have endured as of late. 

The Men’s Global Employment Report 2020, set up by FICA, discovered that 34 percent of all players had encountered installment issues. 

Worldwide T20 Canada, Bangladesh Premier League, Abu Dhabi T10, Qatar T10, Euro T20 Slam and Masters Champions League are the six class distinguished as having issues in clearing the players’ contribution. 

While the BPL is the main set up Full Member-run group in that rundown, others, for example, the GLT20 Canada, the Abu Dhabi T10 and the Euro T20 Slam have pulled in notable players from over the world. 

FICA encouraged the ICC to assume a supportive of dynamic job in the issue. 

“Efficient agreement breaks and non-installment of players are issues that earnestly need tending to,” Tom Moffat, FICA’s CEO, said by ESPNcricinfo. 

“The ICC has a commitment to ensure individuals working inside its administrative systems and it’s time something was done about this issue. 

“We keep on encouraging leaders to work with FICA at worldwide level, and players’ relationship at local level, to create joint answers for issues featured in these reports.” 

FICA accepts the number could be higher than 34 percent, according to the report.

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