ICC in discussion to solve SL cricketers’ salary issue

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Srilankamirror - The International Cricket Council (ICC) has said it is currently discussing with the international cricket players union to look for a solution to the non-payment of Sri Lanka player salaries.

Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) has told the BBC Sinhala service in October that the players have not been paid for months as a result of financial crisis it is facing since hosting the World Cup.

The local media had also reported that SLC workers have not been paid for the last few months.

The Federation of International Cricketers’ Associations (FICA) has said it was approached by the by Sri Lanka Cricketers’ Association (SLCA) for advice and assistance.

“FICA provides advice to the local player association and is in discussion with the ICC as to any possible short-term solution,” FICA Chief Executive Tim May has told BBC Sandeshaya.

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