At present, the fees for each Test match for the last eleven players is Rs 15 lakhs, while they are given six lakhs and three lakhs respectively in ODIs and T20s.
New Delhi: The demands of the Indian captain Virat Kohli and former captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s team to be accepted by the administrators’ committee (COA) have been accepted today by the people who have received information from them on the issue of business program.
Kohli and Dhoni, together with national coach Ravi Shastri, met COO chief Vinod Rai, Diana Edulji and BCCI Chief Executive Officer Rahul Johari here today. After meeting for more than two hours, Roy told reporters, “We discussed the issues with them in a lot of detail which are directly related to them, under which how many matches they play, future tour program, FTP and compensation package Etc. cases come in. They have given us whatever information they have to give us and we will work accordingly. The presentation has been given and their agreement with FTP is so that they can get relief. I can not tell you about the number of days because we have not decided on this yet. ”
As far as the existing pay structure is concerned, players who are contracted with Grade A are given two crore rupees annually, Grameen B has been given Rs one crore for players contracted, whereas in Grade C players have been given Rs 50 lakh each for each year. .
The fees for each Test match for the last eleven players is Rs 15 lakhs, while they are given six lakhs and three lakhs respectively in ODIs and T20s. Those players who are not included in the last eleven but are part of the team, they are given half of this amount. Former coach Anil Kumble demanded Rs. 5 crore for grade A players in the presentation given to COA. The amount of fees in the new payment structure is yet to be known.