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Players’ commercial rights – FICA begins legal proceedings against ICC as impasse continues

Players' commercial rights - FICA begins legal proceedings against ICC

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ICC “haven’t been interested in working with us on a fair outcome,” says players’ body chief executive

The Federation of International Cricketers’ Association (FICA) has begun legal proceedings against the ICC, claiming that the latter’s use of player image rights is not fair. That has looked the likely outcome of the dispute for some time now, after year-long discussions failed to bring resolution.

“We have done our best over more than a year to try to resolve these issues in a constructive way with the ICC and they haven’t been interested in working with us on a fair outcome,” Tom Moffat, chief executive of the global players’ body, said. “We have discussed this with the international players from the FICA countries over a number of months and we have had no option but to commence legal proceedings on these points given there are significant principles of fairness at stake.”

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