The cricket world and its fans finally saw the light of this match after seeing the only concluded Wisden Trophy that was dominated by the Brits. The show saw the ECB bringing a large amount of 280 million. On the flip side, the Caribbean group is set to get a 50% pay cut in the West Indies Cricket Board because of originating financial troubles which everybody is conscious of in these testing occasions. A straightforward actuality that ECB attracts #220 million only from broadcasting rights annually when compared with CWI getting just #12 million summarizes the gap between the earnings of both cricket boards.
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Darren Sammy asks for 15% of the amount fetched by ECB

Witnessing the adversity of the fellow West Indians. Former all-rounder Darren Sammy chose to Twitter. Demanding the 15 percent of their 280 brought by ECB in the just-concluded Evaluation collection. He also tweeted, “Must get at least 15 percent of that 280million @windiescricket saved @ECB_cricket by coming around to play with”. The sum essentially sums to approximately #42 million that Sammy anticipates the English Board to benefit the Caribbeans. Meanwhile, Jason Holder has also voiced his view on the continuing financial struggle from the West Indies Cricket. He expressed his idea of England traveling the West Indies later this season. “It has been a challenging past couple of years for us financially, quite much. And we have taken a pay cut as a result of conditions. A tour, if it’s possible before the end of 2020, would keep us afloat.” A severe fact has to be noticed that a traveling team does not get anything from your broadcasting earnings. A host country acquires. Now while watching a stunt as significant as COVID-19, its high time for cricket boards to take a look in these financial scenarios to help keep the players moved on future occasions. And this fantastic game could be played without any hindrance but with absurd precautions. Like us on Facebook for more


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