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australian cricketers to do 'what it takes' to maintain revenue-sharing, says ma


australian cricketers will do "what it takes" to maintain their revenue-sharing model, with the prospect of an ashes lockout gathering momentum amid stagnant pay talks.the current memorandum of understanding expires on june 30 and there has been little meaningful discussion between cricket australia and the australian cricketers' association regarding a new deal.






ashes should proceed with a full australian team on boxing day, says australian


by: express web desk | updated: may 28, 2017 4:45 pm the ongoing pay-dispute between cricket australia and austrlain cricketers association has become a cause of concern. (source: ap)as per latest reports emrging from down under, the australian sport minister, greg hunt, has offered to step in and solve the ongoing pay dispute between cricket australia and the australian cricketers’ association. he also claimed that as of now the ashes will be proceeding with a full australian team and on boxing day.in an interview to abc insiders hunt said,”if it got to a last-minute situation, i suspect that we would offer to provide good officers brokering between the parties, but there’s six months between now and the ashes.” “it would be unthinkable that in the end we wouldn’t have a...






cricket australia warned to not forget the role of domestic cricketers


the australian cricketers association has questioned why cricket australia would want to end their successful financial partnership on a day the sport's governing body hailed a record-breaking summer in attendance and strong broadcast ratings.cricket australia said on friday a turnout of 1,863,846 people ensured combined figures for international cricket and the men's and women's big bash leagues were a record, edging the 1,727,270 set last year. australian cricketers association chief alistair nicholson. photo: dominic lorrimerbroadcast ratings were healthy overall, with an average of 1.05 million tuning in for tests, one-day internationals and twenty20 internationals on channel nine.at a time when ca is preparing to broker new broadcast deals for all of its offerings, the bbl enj...






ashes hopeful jason behrendorff says all australian cricketers on the same aca p


 ashes hopeful jason behrendorff says australian cricketers are "sticking together" through an ugly pay dispute with the game's governing body.left-arm quick behrendorff was named in the australia a one-day and four-day squads on friday to tour south africa and press his claims for an international call up. wa's jason behrendorff celebrates dismissing ben rohrer on day four, in a brief window of play. it comes as the australian cricketers' association and cricket australia are locking horns over wages with the players fighting to keep a revenue-sharing model that has been in place for 20 years.cricket aired its dirty laundry last week when david warner threatened strike action after cricket australia boss james sutherland said players could find themselves unemployed if their te...






ashes hopeful jason behrendorff says all australian cricketers on the same aca p


 ashes hopeful jason behrendorff says australian cricketers are "sticking together" through an ugly pay dispute with the game's governing body.left-arm quick behrendorff was named in the australia a one-day and four-day squads on friday to tour south africa and press his claims for an international call up. wa's jason behrendorff celebrates dismissing ben rohrer on day four, in a brief window of play. it comes as the australian cricketers' association and cricket australia are locking horns over wages with the players fighting to keep a revenue-sharing model that has been in place for 20 years.cricket aired its dirty laundry last week when david warner threatened strike action after cricket australia boss james sutherland said players could find themselves unemployed if their te...






ip business set up by australia players’ union amid dispute with national cricke


by: express web desk | published:may 24, 2017 12:34 pm the  broadcasters and sponsors can establish a more direct relationship with the players through the cricketers’ brand (ap photo)the australian cricketers’ association (aca) has announced the set up of a business which will go live from july 1 for those players who do not end up with a pay deal with cricket australia (ca).the business ‘the cricketers’ brand’ has been designed to help the players as well as the broadcasters and sponsors if the ca does not reach an agreement by june 30.the aca told media on wednesday that the arrangement has been made till a new mou is signed by the players, who have rejected ca’s new offer which favours the best paid cricketers over others.“whilst this business will ‘go live’ on...






pay fight could mean series-by-series contracts for cricketers


australia's top cricketers may have to contemplate signing temporary series-by-series contracts should they decide to spurn a new revenue model cricket australia remains determined to introduce.cricket australia and the australian cricketers association remain at loggerheads during discussions over an updated memorandum of understanding, with the players still frustrated by ca's refusal to hand over figures detailing the sport's revenue platforms. aca president greg dyer is going into bat for australia's leading cricketers. photo: karen steainsit's understood ca is set to officially table their mou offer within weeks, meaning the elite players will need to take a firm stand on whether they really do oppose their sheffield shield brethren being locked out of a proposed new revenue...






australian cricketers are no longer friends, says virat kohli


dharamsala: india captain virat kohli on tuesday said he no longer considers australian cricketers his friends after being targeted both on and off the field by them in a fiercely-fought test series that his team won. kohli had stopped short of calling steve smith a cheat for his 'drs brain fade' moment after which a section of australian cricketers (current and former) along with their media targeted the indian captain, going as far as to compare him with controversial us president donald trump. worst, the cricket australia ceo james sutherland, in a sarcastic remark to a radio station, said kohli perhaps does not know the spelling of sorry. at the end of the rubber, which india won 2-1, an australian scribe asked if kohli still considered smith's men his friends o...






to threaten australia’s cricketers shows an apparent lack of appreciation of int


by: express web desk | published:may 23, 2017 3:00 pm ca precede the expiry of the current five-year deal, which runs out at the end of june. (source: pti)cricket australia risks having its best players targeted by twenty20 leagues around the world as a result of the ongoing pay dispute, the australian cricketers’ association (aca) has warned.aca chief executive, alistair nicholson said,”to threaten australia’s cricketers shows an apparent lack of appreciation of international circumstances,” nicholson said of ca’s approach. “times have changed. the commercial reality of the international cricket world is that our cricketers are in high demand for more money all over the world.“ca forcing them into unemployment is an open invitation to the international cricket world. it...






virat kohli no longer ‘good friends’ with australian cricketers, watch video


by: express web desk | updated: march 28, 2017 4:44 pm the australian cricketers were seen making fun of kohli’s shoulder injury during the series. (source: file)indian skipper virat kolhi is not the one to back down from a fight and never deters to call a spade by its name. after being regularly targeted both on and off the field in a fiercely fought test series against australia, kohli has gone on record to state that he no longer considers his opposition australian cricketers as his friends.speaking at the post match press-conference, when kohli was asked about his thoughts of friendship with the aussies, he said, “it has changed for sure. i thought that was the case, but it has changed for sure. in the heat of the battle you want to be competitive but i have been proven wrong....






australian players won’t be pressured by board, says former player’s union boss


by: reuters | melbourne | updated: may 18, 2017 1:55 pm the offer promises a hefty pay-rise on players’ earnings in the current five-year deal. (source: ap)the australian cricket board faces an uphill battle to convince players to jettison a revenue-sharing model that has underpinned the game’s development for 20 years, according to former union boss tim may, who brokered the landmark deal in 1997.as the inaugural chief executive of the australian cricketers’ association (aca), may played a leading role in landing the model that has made the country’s cricketers among the highest paid in the world.cricket australia now says the model, which has long allocated players about a quarter of total revenues, is obsolete.the board has made an offer that allows only international playe...






why cricket australia is opposed to the player pay system


as tensions escalate, cricket australia has outlined why it believes the players' push to retain a payment model adopted for two decades is outdated, breeds "mistrust" and even "damages" the sport.fairfax media can reveal an internal ca briefing note which outlines the governing body's displeasure with the set percentage model the australian cricketers association wants to retain.hawks snatch win through late roughead heroicsvideo duration01:30previous slidenext slidevideo duration01:08why are australia's cricketers in a pay ...why are australia's cricketers in a pay dispute?australia's cricketers are in a pay dispute with cricket australia, but why?hawks snatch win through late roughead heroicsvideo duration01:30video duration01:30hawks snatch win through late roughead ...hawks ...






australian cricketers' association ceo rejects cricket australia pay deal claims


australian cricketers' association ceo alistair nicholson says cricket australia hasn't made it clear why they want to dump the revenue-sharing player payment model that has operated since 1997.nicholson labelled cricket australia boss james sutherland's explosive email over the weekend to the aca as a "really big threat". furious: cricket australia boss james sutherland sent an explosive email to players.  photo: getty imagesthe email threatened to not pay out-of-contract players beyond june 30 unless they accepted new contracts which moved off the revenue sharing model – something aca is opposed to.nicholson rubbished claims made in the email by sutherland which said that aca had knocked back a great deal and hadn't done enough to come up with a solution to the standoff...






australian cricketers are no longer my friends, says india captain virat kohli


by: pti | dharamsala | updated: march 28, 2017 1:53 pm virat kohli was in the news throughout the series. (source: reuters)indian captain virat kohli said he no longer considers australian cricketers his friends after being targetted both on and off the field by them in a fiercely-fought test series that his team won.kohli had stopped short of calling steve smith a cheat for his ‘drs brain fade’ moment after which a section of australian cricketers (current and former) along with their media targetted the indian captain, going as far as to compare him with controversial us president donald trump.worst, the cricket australia ceo james sutherland, in a sarcastic remark to a radio station, said kohli perhaps does not know the spelling of sorry.at the end of the rubber, which india wo...






don’t pamper players but be fair to them, says sunil gavaskar on australian cric


by: express web desk | updated: may 17, 2017 12:15 pm sunil gavaskar questioned why the australian players should give up playing in the ipl. (source: pti)sunil gavaskar backed the australian players in the dispute between their federation cricket australia and the players’ association.former india captain gavaskar said that if a player feels he deserves more money, he would ask for it. “who doesn’t want more? if you feel you deserve more, you are definitely going to ask for it. the australian players have looked at the possible revenues coming in and decided that they wanted a certain percentage of that. it’s a matter of sitting down at negotiations now,” gavaskar said in an interview to ndtv.gavaskar questioned why the australian players would give up playing in the ipl if...






australian cricketers are no longer friends, says virat kohli


dharamsala: india captain virat kohli on tuesday said he no longer considers australian cricketers his friends after being targeted both on and off the field by them in a fiercely-fought test series that his team won+ . kohli had stopped short of calling steve smith a cheat for his 'drs brain fade' moment after which a section of australian cricketers (current and former) along with their media targeted the indian captain, going as far as to compare him with controversial us president donald trump. worst, the cricket australia ceo james sutherland, in a sarcastic remark to a radio station, said kohli perhaps does not know the spelling of sorry. india report card: umesh, rahul, jadeja and pujara headline series winwe take a look at how the home team fared duri...






cricket strike? that's a long shot


much as both cricket australia and the australian cricketers' association would like you to fear it, the first ball next summer's series will not be from stuart broad to the winner of a kanga cricket raffle. nor for that matter will it be his pot-bellied round-arm dad to alastair cook. that was as good as confirmed on monday when that noted analyst of australian cricket affairs, kevin  pietersen, tweeted: "fairly big player strike soon in aus ...."the australian players won't strike, nor will be they be laid off. it's just that there is a certain amount of posturing each side has to work through in negotiations on a pay deal. sometimes it is more shrill than others. this time, it is particularly strident, because the disagreement is about not just a quantum of money, but the princip...






virat kohli says 'no' to friendship with australian players!


india captain virat kohli on march 28 said he no longer considers australian cricketers his friends after being targeted both on and off the field by them in a fiercely-fought test series that his team won. kohli had stopped short of calling steve smith a cheat for his ‘drs brain fade’ moment after which a section of australian cricketers (current and former) along with their media targeted the indian captain, going as far as to compare him with controversial us president donald trump.worst, the cricket australia ceo james sutherland, in a sarcastic remark to a radio station, said kohli perhaps does not know the spelling of sorry. at the end of the rubber, which india won 2-1, an australian scribe asked if kohli still considered smith’s men his friends off the field as he had said a...






australian cricketers just want to be treated fairly, says peter siddle


by: express web desk | published:may 21, 2017 5:05 pm peter siddle has said that australian players were not being selfish. (source: reuters)peter siddle has said the players were not being “selfish” but were focused on making the sport stronger for the next generation of australian cricketers.“the players play a big part in being a part of australian cricket. we just want to be treated fairly,’’ siddle said.“it’s not so much to do with the situation we’re in now and pay now, it’s about the longevity of the game and making the game strong for the future and looking at that.“that’s the big one … a lot of people believe that we are being selfish at the moment with what we want at the moment.“but it’s got nothing to do with that, it’s about making the game s...






cricket australia rule out mediation with australian cricketer’s association in


by: express web desk | published:may 17, 2017 5:59 pm ca precede the expiry of the current five-year deal, which runs out at the end of june. (source: pti)cricket australia chairman,david peever, has reportedly rejected the australian cricketers association’s request for mediation talks between the ca and the aca.in a letter addressed to the aca president greg dyer, accessed by espncricinfo, peever wrote, “the preconditions you set out in your letter are unacceptable to ca. they may be genuine issues of contention from the aca’s perspective, however they should not be an insurmountable barrier to even commencing good faith negotiations.”“as james sutherland indicated in his letter to your ceo last week, the approach the aca has taken in demanding certain preconditions be met...






cricketers call in former actu secretary greg combet in pay dispute with ca


former federal minister and hardline unionist greg combet has been drafted in by australia's cricketers to provide guidance in their pay dispute with cricket australia.as tensions continue to mount between the australian cricketers' association and cricket australia, players have made the bold decision to turn to combet to help their fight to keep the pay structure, used since 1997, in place.manchester united hold one minute's silencevideo duration00:53previous slidenext slidevideo duration02:04plays of the weekplays of the weekspeed demons, tight angles and potentially life-saving dodging abilities, these are the plays of the week.manchester united hold one minute's silencevideo duration00:53video duration00:53manchester united hold one minute's ...manchester united hold one minute'...






ca may stop uncontracted australians from playing away


cricket australia could stand in the way of disgruntled test cricketers who seek to play in other competitions around the world. whether they choose to is another matter.ca and the australian cricketers' association remain at an impasse in their pay dispute, and ca has made it clear that if there is no agreement by the end of june, the players will fall out of contract and go unpaid. test vice-captain david warner has said he and his teammates might play instead in lucrative domestic t20 competitions in england, the west indies or south africa. finding a lucrative t20 earner outside might prove difficult for an out-of-contract warner and other australians. photo: aptechnically, even when uncontracted, they would need "no objection" certificates from ca to play elsewhere. these were...






ca may stop uncontracted australians from playing away


cricket australia could stand in the way of disgruntled test cricketers who seek to play in other competitions around the world. whether they choose to is another matter.ca and the australian cricketers' association remain at an impasse in their pay dispute, and ca has made it clear that if there is no agreement by the end of june, the players will fall out of contract and go unpaid. test vice-captain david warner has said he and his teammates might play instead in lucrative domestic t20 competitions in england, the west indies or south africa. finding a lucrative t20 earner outside might prove difficult for an out-of-contract warner and other australians. photo: aptechnically, even when uncontracted, they would need "no objection" certificates from ca to play elsewhere. these were...






cricket australia wants to stop its players from playing ipl, offers multi-year


bcci and cricket australia, the two biggest cricketing bodies in the world after the icc, the apex body. a lot of australian players have been a part of the lucrative indian premier league for years now, a decade to be precise. their game may be improving in challenging conditions, but it seems cricket australia like always have a problem. they actually want their national players to focus more on playing for the nation and not get greedy.according to the claims by the sunday morning herald, it is reported that ca’s executive general manager of the team pat howard made approaches to the players at a time when the governing body and the australian cricketers association, are in dispute over a new pay deal for the players.the contracts were given to australian captain steven smith and davi..






australia cricketers visit all-women ngo in jharkhand


by: pti | ranchi | published:march 15, 2017 5:32 pm australian team visited an ngo in ranchi before facing india in the third test that begins on thursday. (source: reuters)australian cricketers visited ‘yuwa’, an ngo based in the city, that provides a platform through team sport for young women to gain confidence to make a change in their world. the players took time out from their preparations for the third test of the tour of india, which begins on thursday, to engage with some inspiring young girls who hail from jharkhand. the girls who are part of yuwa are rewriting their script – and it all starts with sport and education.australian players spent time in small groups hearing firsthand from the girls the challenges they have faced to get to where they are now with the help ...






peter handscomb says players must be treated 'equally'


emerging australian test batsman peter handscomb has leapt into cricket's pay debate, declaring all players should be treated equally and raising fears long-form players could be lost to twenty20 should the current financial model not be retained.the majority of the public discourse in this latest battle over a new memorandum of understanding has been done by the chiefs of the australian cricketers' association and cricket australia, with individual players rarely wading in. speaking out: australian batsman peter handscomb has warned players could opt to chase the money on the t20 circuit if they don't get a fair deal. photo: apbut handscomb, on county duty in england, has spoken his mind at a time when the clock ticks on a new deal being negotiated by june 30."it's about being a...






peter handscomb says players must be treated 'equally'


emerging australian test batsman peter handscomb has leapt into cricket's pay debate, declaring all players should be treated equally and raising fears long-form players could be lost to twenty20 should the current financial model not be retained.the majority of the public discourse in this latest battle over a new memorandum of understanding has been done by the chiefs of the australian cricketers' association and cricket australia, with individual players rarely wading in. speaking out: australian batsman peter handscomb has warned players could opt to chase the money on the t20 circuit if they don't get a fair deal. photo: apbut handscomb, on county duty in england, has spoken his mind at a time when the clock ticks on a new deal being negotiated by june 30."it's about being a...






who is to blame in cricket's ugly pay dispute?


so, who to believe? on one hand, cricket australia says the australian cricketers association is to blame for the ugly pay dispute which threatens play post june 30 because it will not budge from the revenue-sharing model which has served the sport well for 20 years.on the other, the aca – representing a bunch of players who are not afraid to get on social media and hint at an ashes boycott – say it's ca's "incoherence" and "aggression" that has turned these discussions sour. not backing down: australian captain and vice-captain steve smith (right) and david warner. photo: ap"we are more than happy to discuss the mechanics of the model to apply to the current landscape ... but ca are saying it's their way or no way," an observer of ca's stance said on sunday.the divide h...






with an ear in both camps, darren lehmann is a key figure


in bridging the gap between the two warring factions of australian cricket, national coach darren lehmann may find himself as an accidental hero in the bitter pay dispute that has threatened to plunge the game into turmoil.lehmann and his leading male players will assemble in england for the icc champions trophy in coming days. there is a vital tournament to play but lehmann knows the issues in the boardroom will permeate much of the the atmosphere.cavaliers go one up over bostonvideo duration01:30previous slidenext slidevideo duration01:08why are australia's cricketers in a pay ...why are australia's cricketers in a pay dispute?australia's cricketers are in a pay dispute with cricket australia, but why?cavaliers go one up over bostonvideo duration01:30video duration01:30cavaliers go on...






virat kohli’s friendship comment said in heat of moment: shane warne


by: pti | melbourne | published:march 31, 2017 3:29 pmspin legend shane warne says he would be disappointed if indian captain virat kohli did not rethink his “heat of the moment” comment on friendship with the australian cricketers.at the end of one of the most bitterly-fought but intense test series in recent times, kohli had stated that he would no longer be friends with australian cricketers, only to insist two days later that his comment was blown out of proportion.“virat is a very likeable guy and i love the fact he plays with so much passion,” warne told ‘news.com.au’.“but i am sure he’s thinking now there are a few good aussies out there that i’m friends with and i’d be disappointed if that wasn’t the case.”the second highest wicket-taker in test cricket...






act meteors' erin osborne committed to revenue sharing model after cricket austr


act meteors all-rounder erin osborne maintains elite cricketers are still committed to a revenue sharing model for all players that has propped up previous contracts.osborne says cricket australia made some "really good improvements" in the offer tabled on tuesday, but there remains plenty of room for negotiation with the australian cricketers association. act meteors player erin osborne. photo: rohan thomsoncricket australia's offer would see the average salary for a southern stars player shoot from $79,000 to $179,000, with the average for domestic female players to increase from $22,000 to $52,000.the move has been hailed as a landmark moment for women's sport, but the aca ultimately see it as a slap in the face with only men's players offered revenue share.it is understood cr...






cricket australia threatens to stop pay if players don’t agree with new terms


by: express web desk | published:may 13, 2017 5:57 pm the correspondence, sent by sutherland to australian cricketers’ association chief alistair nicholson on friday and forwarded by ca to players around the country will surely escalate tensions. (source: ap)cricket australia chief executive james sutherland has reportedly threatened australian players with non-payment unless they accept the governing body’s proposed overhaul of player remuneration.sutherland has reportedly written: “ca is not contemplating alternative contracting arrangements to pay players beyond 30 june if their contracts have expired. in the absence of the aca negotiating a new mou, players with contracts expiring in 2016-17 will not have contracts for 2017-18,” sutherland wrote. “players with existing m...






bcci backs virat kohli, goes into a full blown battle with cricket australia


a day after india won the second game of the 4-match test series against australia in bengaluru, skipper virat kohli raised allegations on the guests for hampering the ‘decision review system’. with criticism following from the former australian cricketers like ian healy and steve waugh, now the board of control for cricket in india (bcci) has backed the indian skipper and has asked the international cricket council to take further steps on the activity of the australian cricketers.apart from the national board, umpire nigel llong has also supported virat kohli who rushed to dissuade steve smith from taking recourse to inappropriate assistance.in its statement, bcci said, “after due deliberation and seeing the video replays, we steadfastly stand with the indian cricket team and cap...






strike threat greater in cricket than afl, says patrick dangerfield


afl superstar patrick dangerfield says the threat of players striking is greater in cricket than football as both sports continue to broker new pay deals.dangerfield, a director on the afl players association, has had an important, and sometimes public, role in negotiating a new collective bargaining agreement with the afl. the two parties are close to a deal, which will see the salary cap increase by $2 million this year, among other initiatives. dangerfield has been negotiating a new afl collective bargaining agreement.  photo: getty imagesin what has been a time of industrial upheaval for sportsmen and women in several codes, dangerfield has kept a close eye on the ugly spat between cricket australia and the australian cricketers association, which has descended into turmoil ahead ...






strike threat greater in cricket than afl, says patrick dangerfield


afl superstar patrick dangerfield says the threat of players striking is greater in cricket than football as both sports continue to broker new pay deals.dangerfield, a director on the afl players association, has had an important, and sometimes public, role in negotiating a new collective bargaining agreement with the afl. the two parties are close to a deal, which will see the salary cap increase by $2 million this year, among other initiatives. dangerfield has been negotiating a new afl collective bargaining agreement.  photo: getty imagesin what has been a time of industrial upheaval for sportsmen and women in several codes, dangerfield has kept a close eye on the ugly spat between cricket australia and the australian cricketers association, which has descended into turmoil ahead ...






mouthpiece, creative genius or sell-out to the australian bankers association?


the most surprising development in australian politics last week was the announcement that former queensland premier anna bligh was to become chief executive of the australian bankers association. bligh, also a former national president of the labor party, was described by a former state government colleague as being "as core labor as you can get".on face value, she seems an unlikely fit with the association, the peak lobbyist for 25 banks, including the big four, especially at a time when the federal labor opposition, led by bill shorten, is pushing hard for a royal commission into the banking industry. the treasurer, scott morrison, certainly thought so as did other coalition mps. morrison said he would bypass bligh and, as is his normal practice, deal directly with the banks rather th..






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