Overshadowed clouds are still hovering on the sky of Australia’s upcoming tour to Bangladesh as the pay dispute is still remaining unresolved.
Keeping all this in mind, Former Australia skipper Mark Taylor and also one of the board members of Cricket Australia (CA) is confident of the tour to happen.
He has already called for compromising on both sides of the pay dispute. “I think there’s got to be compromise on both sides, I really believe that.I think at any negotiation you give and take. When you get to that situation, which I hope we are getting very close to now, then you get close to a resolution,” said Taylor.
Speaking about recent pay dispute Taylor said: “It’s a big game these days. Players are fully professional. Cricket boards are trying to do what they think is right for the game in general so there’s going to be times when you disagree and that’s where we are at the moment. But I think both sides have to work towards finding a resolution which is in the best interests of the game and the players.”
To be noted, Australia cricketers recently have boycotted the Australia A team’s tour of South Africa.