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Concerns About Central Contracts Are Voiced By Pakistan National Team Players

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On June 30th, the central contracts of national cricketers for the 2022–2023 era ended, sparking concerns and discussions about the arrangements going further.

Although there have been rumours that the contracts could be extended by one month, no players have signed any formal agreements or discussions regarding the matter.

A meeting with Zaka Ashraf, the chairman of the PCB management committee, is what the national players want, according to media reports, in order to discuss urgent issues.

Since the previous administration had suggested a 45 percent pay raise, the players are primarily concerned with compensation and are requesting a thorough revision of their contracts.

The national players also want that their contracts contain provisions for family health insurance and education policies to protect them in the event of permanently disabling injuries.

Additionally, they are promoting transparency in the administration of No Objection Certificates (NOCs), which are required for participation in foreign leagues, and a share of the money earned from ICC events.

The players are seeking a defined schedule for responses and compensation if they are rejected from participating in the process because it is currently delayed and uncertain.

Some players felt the PCB’s $25,000 charge per player for leagues in Canada and the USA to be unreasonable, which only served to increase their displeasure and drive for contract revisions.

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