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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Gilchrist shares his thoughts on the ongoing pay dispute

“I think both sides are going to have to compromise”

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Players past and present have all voiced their opinions on the ongoing pay dispute between the Australian cricketers and Cricket Australia, but former wicketkeeper-batsman Adam Gilchrist’s take on the entire saga may come as a surprise to a lot of people.

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Katich slams Cricket Australia for losing $33 million during BBL’s first five years

“The claims that CA has managed to lose money on the biggest success story in world cricket must be independently investigated”

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Former Australia opener Simon Katich has lambasted Cricket Australia after they announced a loss of A$33 million over the first five years of the Big Bash League (BBL).

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Sethi: BCCI must pay us $70 million if they don’t honour MoU

“If they agree to play us then that is great, otherwise we will be taking action against them”

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Najam Sethi has said that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will have to pay the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) $70 million if they fail to honour the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that was signed in 2014.

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Stoinis: Pay dispute won’t distract Australia during Champions Trophy

“We’re here to play cricket and try and win this tournament”

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Australia all-rounder Marcus Stoinis has said that the ongoing pay dispute between the players and Cricket Australia won’t affect the national team when they take part in the Champions Trophy in England next month.

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