Sports are stalled all over the world due to the corona epidemic. In such a situation, the England and Wales Cricket Board has also banned any match till July. Meanwhile, former assistant coach of England cricket team Paul Farbres believes that the epidemic will financially affect all domestic cricket in England.
However, on the other hand, the International Cricket Council (ICC), the actor of World Cricket, is considering bringing cricket back into the field as soon as possible without fanfare. While there is still time for county cricket to come back.
On this, Farbres, who holds the position of Sports Director of the county team Warwickshire, told ESPNcricinfo, “Everyone of us is in a difficult situation- it doesn’t matter if you’re in a position, each club is going to be in their financial situation.” Reviewing and seeing what he can do best. ”
He said, “The game is in a difficult situation.” The ECB is doing a fantastic job, constantly communicating with the clubs and the financial support they provide is unmatched. “
“But we all know that the ECB also has limited money and the game is going to have a big impact.” England does not play all the time and Sky (broadcaster Sky Sports) does not get what it wants, which is live cricket to show, it is going to have an impact on everyone. ”Many cricketers lost their contracts with various county teams. Have given. “
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Let us know that nine tours of county cricket have been canceled so far. After which now even after the cancellation of the entire season, there are dark clouds of danger. This way, if the county season is canceled, the board will lose up to 5 million pounds. To which Farbres said, “With the passing of every week and the loss of every pound due to not playing cricket, everybody knows that some difficult decisions will be made.”
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