According to the Cricbuzz report shows- Greg Dyer, the Australian Cricketers’ Association (ACA) president, says it is “extremely likely” there will be no resolution to the Australian cricket pay dispute before the June 30 deadline.
Past week – Cricket Australia (CA) offered a revised pay deal, which included domestic players having a share of the game’s surplus and increases in their annual pay rises, but did not buckle on its contentious bid to overhaul the revenue sharing model.
Speaking on Tuesday (June 27), Dyer said CA’s revised offer was not adequate. “I think it’s fair to say we remain a long way apart,” he said. “The fundamentals of the deal are nowhere near to being resolved. We see the retention of the revenue share model as being fundamental from our perspective.
“The players have been very flexible, they have said we can look at alternative ways at addressing that revenue share model. We can be flexible but we have not had any response in return,” he added.