MUMBAI: The officials of Royal Challengers Bangalore were
Thursday summoned by the IPL Governing Council to explain
when the franchise intends to pay the first installment of
players salary and also asked the franchise to get a No Objection
Certificate from players on the revised payment schedule.
IPL governing council today summoned the RCB officials to
the governing council meeting to discuss on the players' payment
issue. After discussions, the BCCI has asked RCB to get 'No
Objection Certificate' from the cricketers on the revised
payment schedule. The franchise has promised that they would
produce the NOC in some time," a senior governing council
member told newswire PTI.
of the RCB players except Chris Gayle have received the first
installment of their salary despite repeated reminders the
players haven't got any response from the franchise owners.
per the tripartite contract signed between franchise, player
and the BCCI, the players are due 15 per cent of their fee
for the season by 1 April, 50 per cent by 1 May, 20 per cent
after the Champions League T20 and 15 per cent by 1 December.