ICL facing legal action from players: FICA CEO
NEW DELHI: Indian Cricket League might have started taking legal action against the ICC and BCCI but the ''rebel'' entity itself is in danger of facing a court case from its disgruntled players who have not been paid their fees amounting to "millions of dollars".
Federation of International Cricketers Associations (FICA) Chief executive Tim May said sick and tired of being repeatedly informed that the outstanding dues would be given, the players, including eight from Australia, are mulling legal action against the ICL.
"For a number of months, FICA (on behalf of a number of players from numerous countries) has been in discussions with ICL in relation to outstanding payments to players, officials and support staff, relating as far back to 2008. These outstanding monies amount to millions of dollars," May said.