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NEW DELHI: BCCI’s Committee of Administrators (CoA) chief Vinod Rai on Thursday said that they would look into the fact that the players get enough rest and also the principles of the compensation package will be structured after having a meeting with Team India players.
“We had extensive discussion with the players and spoke to them on the number of matches they play, the Future Tour Programme (FTP) and compensation package etc. The discussions were fruitful,” Rai told reporters after the meeting
“On Future Tour Programme (FTP), we agree with them & will look into it so that they get enough rest. The principles of the compensation package will also be structured. We will now match the revenue with compensation that each player will receive,” Rai added.
Player contracts expired on September 30 and salaries were one of the key negotiating points during the meeting.
The Indian cricketers’ central contracts saw a two-fold rise with top players in group A earning Rs 2 crore annually. Earlier, they were drawing Rs 1 crore.
Despite the cent percent hike in annual contracts, the players were apparently still not happy and erstwhile coach Anil Kumble had given a presentation to the Committee of Administrators about raising it to Rs 5 crore for Grade A cricketers.
Currently the Indian players earn less than 8 percent (7.8 percent) of BCCI revenues and that is something that Rai also wants to change.
The CoA, in its third Status Report submitted to the Supreme Court on April 6, had stated about the proposed recommendations on restructuring of central contracts.
However, unless the general body of the BCCI approves the revised pay structure, the players won’t be getting what they demand at this point of time.
Earlier, Kohli also complained that cramped schedules are getting in the way of proper preparation for big series such as the upcoming tour of South Africa, a criticism that the BCCI promised to address with “utmost seriousness”.
India would be leaving for South Africa for a series of three Tests, six ODIs and three Twenty20 Internationals, just a couple of days after the home series against Sri Lanka gets over on December 24.