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"I've made an assurance to the players that they won't go alone. If they're going to Pakistan, I'll be going with them and I think that's important...," Greenberg told The Sydney Morning Herald.
Saddened that he felt the need to step down as captain, Australian Cricketers' Association backs Tim Paine
"While respecting the decision made by Tim Paine, the ACA is saddened that he felt the need to resign from the captaincy of the Australian Test team," the ACA said in statement
IPL 2021: Australian contingent leaves for Maldives with BCCI's assistance, Michael Hussey in CSK's care
They will stay in Maldives till 15 May as Australia currently has put a ban on people entering into its country from India.
Australian Cricketers Association say players should do homework before signing up for overseas agreements
With their country shut for all those flying from India, the suspended IPL's 40-strong Australian contingent, comprising players, support staff and commentators, will be flown to Maldives before getting a connecting flight for home.
IPL 2021: BCCI to help arrange charter flights for Australian players via Maldives or Sri Lanka, says CA
The IPL's 40-strong Australian contingent, comprising players, support staff and commentators, could be flown to Maldives or Sri Lanka before getting a connecting flight for home.
IPL 2021: Australia players' union chief says chartered flight for players after tournament under consideration
Australian Cricketers' Association (ACA) chief Todd Greenberg said Cricket Australia will talk to the IPL franchise owners on this arrangement but conceded that it will not be a simple thing.
Greenberg's name was also doing the rounds for the Cricket Australia (CA) chief's job after Kevin Roberts quit last year.
No Indian player has ever featured in the BBL as the country's cricket board (BCCI) doesn't allow active players to take part in overseas leagues.
Cricket Australia and players reach agreement to postpone assessment of future revenue during coronavirus pandemic
Australia’s leading players are paid on a revenue-sharing model which means the revenue projection eventually might impact salaries for contracted men and women.
Cricket Australia’s (CA) forecast of a near 50 percent plunge in the revenue that underpins player payments has been met with skepticism by the players’ union, who called for talks to “shine a light” on the board’s calculations.
Players union slams Cricket Australia's COVID-19 cost-cutting, says it would have 'disastrous long-term consequences'
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic hitting at the end of the season, Cricket Australia furloughed about 80 percent of its staff and said it had suffered a A$20 million (10.6 million pounds) fall in revenue.
Cash-strapped Cricket Australia should not sacrifice women's matches to make ends meet, says Alyssa Healy
Healy also said that with women 50-over World Cup scheduled in February, losing games could affect players' performance.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Australian Cricketers Association questions CA's claims of financial crisis, massive pay cuts
Cricket Australia's warnings about its finances taking a hit due to the COVID-19 pandemic have been questioned by the country's players' association which has said the game's position remains positive.
Smith posted the Hurricanes’ team line-up for their 2 November match in the WBBL against Sydney Thunder at Burnie in Tasmania state.
Watson is part of an extended 10-person board which includes three new appointments: current Australian players Pat Cummins and Kristen Beams, and cricket commentator and former Australian cricketer, Lisa Sthalekar.
Cricket Australia will kick in an extra share to match the equivalent prize money for the men's tournament wherever the women place, up to an additional $600,000 for a win in the finals
Ashes 2019: Australian Cricketers' Association slams fans for booing Steve Smith after being felled by Jofra Archer bouncer
Australia's cricket union slammed fans at Lord's for booing Steve Smith after he was felled by a bouncer from Jofra Archer, saying the sport deserves better.
India vs Australia: Nathan Coulter-Nile slams selectors for poor communication over omission from ODI squad
Cricket Australia selector Trevor Hohns had said Coulter-Nile was not picked due to lower back soreness but the paceman, who has a long injury history, claimed subsequent scans had cleared him.
India vs Australia: ACA expresses concern over possibility of players getting sanctions for 'unintentional and accidental' conversations caught on stump mics
According to Australian media reports, the ACA has already aired its reservations on stump microphones to broadcasters.
Cricket Australia to deliberate reducing ball-tampering bans on Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft
Australian cricket is enduring one of its worst phases and a run of losses in recent times prompted calls to bring back the two star players before the contests against India.