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Cricket Australia-players' pay dispute may be resolved, but the bitter aftertaste will take time to go away
After months of negotiation between Cricket Australia and the Australian Cricketers’ Association, some 230-odd professional cricketers around Australia are now employed again
Cricket Australia-players' association pay dispute comes to an end: Bangladesh tour to go ahead as planned
The longstanding pay dispute between Cricket Australia (CA) and the Australian Cricket Association (ACA) seems to have finally come to an end as both the parties have reportedly arrived at an agreement and signed a deal.
Australian Cricketers Association chief Alistair Nicholson has warned the players via email the showpiece Test series against England, due to begin in Brisbane on November 23, is under threat.
At the heart of the acrimonious dispute is Cricket Australia's insistence that the two-decade-old model, under which players get a fixed percentage of revenue, should be jettisoned.
Cricket Australia pay dispute: Chairman David Peever criticises players' association for their 'reckless' tactics
Peever claimed the ACA was threatening to drive away commercial sponsors, damage the prospects of broadcast partners and lock up players' intellectual property rights.
Players will boycott an Australia A tour of South Africa this month unless a new pay deal is agreed by Cricket Australia(CA), the Australian Cricketers' Association(ACA) said on Sunday
Cricket Australia pay dispute worsens as players' union to discuss boycotting 'A' team's tour of South Africa
Cricket Australia and the players' union both confirmed they had failed to reach an agreement on a new Memorandum of Understanding before Friday's deadline.
Cricket Australia (CA) on Friday revised its offer to players in a bid to resolve a bitter pay dispute that threatens to disrupt upcoming tours.
The Australian Cricketers' Assocation disclosed plans to form a new business to help male and female players directly negotiate sponsorship deals.
The ACA urged the Cricket Australia to ensure conditions for this year's pink ball Tests are upgraded to produce high quality matches.