Cricket crisis ends, cricketers have agreed to sign the contract

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All national cricketers have agreed to sign the contract with Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) after a lengthy meeting tonight at SLC headquarters,National Chief Selector Sanath Jayasuriya said.Jayasuriya intervened and met the national players at this meeting after all negotiations had failed between SLC..

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Daniel Alexander's picture
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Reuters reported- SLC secretary Nishantha Ranatunga says decided to extend the time till Monday 10am for players to sign contract

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SJ!!!!! :D) wat a legend? just can't stay away from the spotlight! can he? :D))

Daniel Alexander's picture
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Yea, Calculated risk worked again :D Sanath for president?

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trust me he will end up there! :D) cunning fella :D)))))

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Yes :D, Sanath has ended SL crisis and started the Bangladesh crisis, everyone will be fired up now. feel for the Banga boys.

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The crisis will end once the contracts are signed. The players are yet to sign it, no?

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I hear that the players have agreed to sign their contracts this year, but will renegotiate the clause that withholds ICC payments next year.

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