Ehsan Mani clarifies if extra money paid to foreign players to tour Pakistan

Ehsan Mani clarifies if any extra money paid to foreign players to tour Pakistan

Ehsan Mani: “As far as paying extra money to foreign players to tour Pakistan is concerned, I can assure you we didn’t pay a single penny to overseas players for [a] Pakistan tour”

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Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ehsan Mani has made it clear that “we didn’t pay a single penny to overseas players” to tour the country over the last two years.

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Pandya, Rahul ordered to donate INR 20 lakh to charity

Hardik Pandya and Lokesh Rahul ordered to donate INR 20 lakh to charity for the sexist, disrespectful and racist comments they made on Koffee with Karan TV chat show India cricket

Hardik Pandya and Lokesh Rahul have been made to donate INR 20 lakh to charity

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India all-rounder Hardik Pandya and batsman Lokesh Rahul were both ordered to donate INR 20 lakh (approximately USD 30,000) to charity by BCCI ombudsman Justice DK Jain for the “sexist, disrespectful and racist” comments they made on a television chat show.

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Why has Boeta Dippenaar been heavily criticised?

Boeta Dippenaar criticism women cricketers should not be paid same as men South Africa cricket

Boeta Dippenaar: “Yes, our women’s cricket has improved a lot, but you can not compare it to the men”

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Former South Africa batsman Boeta Dippenaar has been heavily criticised for saying that female cricketers shouldn’t be paid an equal salary as their male counterparts since their matches don’t bring in the same amount of revenue.

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Cricket Australia set to impose six-month bans on players that participate in ‘disapproved cricket’

“Players who participate in disapproved cricket (e.g. exhibition matches) are not permitted to participate in ICC approved cricket for a minimum of six months thereafter”

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Cricket Australia has issued a warning to the players, saying that they could be hit with a six-month ban if they opt to take part in any matches or tournaments without the board’s approval.

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