Cape Town: Controversy in South African cricket is increasing. The South Africa Cricketers Association (SCA) and Cricket South Africa (CSA) have come face to face over the commercial rights of players in domestic leagues. Because of this, South African cricketers can go on strike before the England tour.
SCA chief executive Tony Irish said in a statement that a meeting could be held on Friday. The Irish said in the statement that "the SCA must once again begin a formal process against the CSA, as commercial players of the players in the MSL are once again ignored." The Irish stated that "CSA allowed players to use their names and photos in fantasy leagues belonging to MSL even though they had no authority to do so, and that is also what the SCA has told CSA That it is legally unfair.
He said that this situation would continue even after we told him, due to which we have to take formal steps. "The Irish have said that this is one of the issues that has led to the controversy. He said, "CSA is continuously denying the agreements we have made and this is a new example of that. She has been ignoring the concerns of the SCA for the last almost a week. Now we think the limit has been exceeded".