Monday, July 26, 2021

Sri Lanka cricketers refused to sign annual central contract

Sri Lanka national team cricketers have refused to sign the annual central contract, alleging lack of transparency from the cricket board.

The decision wasn’t surprising as almost all the senior players had made it clear that the contracts offered by the Sri Lanka Cricket was not to their liking and also excluded some deserving performers.

The Sri Lanka Cricket had announced that 24 of the leading players were offered contracts under four categories and they had been given a deadline until June 3 to sign on dotted lines.

The annual retainer ship ranged between $70,000 to $100,000.

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