It would be wrong if players stay on same pay amid Coronavirus financial hit to cricket says Stuart Broad

England fast bowler Stuart Broad said that when the game is facing financial crisis due to the Kovid-19 epidemic, then the cricketers of their country should be ready for a pay cut and it would be wrong to stay on their current salary.

England terminated the Test contract of Johnny Bairstow and Mark Wood last week. The salaries of all his players are set to be cut in the next few years.

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The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has estimated an initial loss of 100 million pounds due to Kovid-19 restrictions. In such a case the contract amount has been reduced.

Broad told Sky Sports, “I believe the salary cut will be 100 percent.” Players are well aware of the situation. Probably 60 employees will have to lose jobs in the ECB, so if the players remain on the old salary then it would be wrong. ”

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He said, “Players are ready for such a situation. I don’t think any player would complain of a pay cut because it is happening around the world. “


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