Australian team no longer ‘everything’ for unemployed David Warner

Australian vice-captain David Warner is the latest in a long list of players who have made their displeasure with Cricket Australia public.

By: Express Web Desk | Updated: July 2, 2017 12:42 am
Vice-captain David Warner is the latest to put his feelings out in the open. (Source: Instagram)

Australian cricketers have made little effort to ensure that their displeasure with Cricket Australia is known to the public. Earlier, pacer Mitchell Starc had posted an image on his Instagram account in which he plays golf and talks about it as a viable career option.

Vice-captain David Warner is the latest to put his feelings out in the open. “I may be unemployed but I still have the support and backing from this amazing lady. Family is everything to me. I thought the same about my old workplace but I guess I was wrong. #thebull #fairshare” said Warner in the caption of an image of himself and his wife.

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Australian cricket has been fractured with talks between the Australian Cricketer’s Association and Cricket Australia reaching an impasse. This has led to more than 200 Australian crickets being unemployed due their contacts with Cricket Australia expiring. The episode has put a cloud over the Ashes that is to be played in November. Warner had said that CA may end up without a team to pick for the Ashes if the board does not take the Australian cricketers’ demands into consideration and refrain from introducing a new remuneration egime.

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    neel patel
    Jul 2, 2017 at 12:58 am
    ca is just a greedy of an organisation , in the name of developing grassroot level it has directly hurt the cricketers who have helped them to become a great cricketing nation ,,, whatever i have read about this case CA wants to dislodge the revenue model which was used since 1997 ,,, a time after which australia has won 4 world cups ,,, and they are still trying to tell that grassroot level were not developed during this time ,,, that's just nonsense ,,, greedy organisation like CA should be reformed by direct involvement of courts just like what SC did with BCCI
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