Zimbabwe Cricketers Salaries 2016 Match Fees Income Central Contracts

Here you can see the Afghanistan cricketer player’s salaries, match fees, bounce per month, year earning info. We have agreed to go back to training and are happy that out grievances have been heard. The response from Zimbabwe cricket has been quite encouraging and it is now for them to make good on their word. Zimbabwe cricket financial problems are equally well known and led to the number of franchises being cut from five to four for the new season while player salaries have been restructured.

Zimbabwe harsh tax laws mean the players would only take home about half of those amounts and they would still need to pay 40 percent of their medical aid costs out of their own pockets.

Zimbabwe Cricketers Salaries 2016 Match Fees Income Central ContractsZimbabwe Cricketers Salaries 2016 Match Fees Income Central Contracts

Central Contract:

Zimbabwe Cricketers only confirmed player’s contract offers on Friday before the season began with a days before the season began with a round of limited overs fixtures with the highest earners promised US $1500 per month and lowest getting just US $300.

Zimbabwe cricketers have formed a players’ union to present a united face to their cricket board in a fight for higher salaries. The demand is for match fees to be paid to the players for every game in addition to the salaries that they receive through the central contract system. Here are some future Zimbabwe cricketer’s salaries 2016. Let us have a look upon their salaries.

Player Name Salaries US Dollar
Elton Chigumbura 1381.597126
Brendan Taylor 1215.81
Regis Chakabva 1243.44
Cephas Zhuwao 1243.44
Malcolm Waller 1188.17
Prosper Utseya 1215.81
Tatenda Taibu 1243.44
Ray Price 1188.17
Kyle Jarvis 930.65
Vusi Sibanda 1188.17
Sikandar Raza 1177.16
Hamilton Masakadza 1116.17
Sean Williams 1112.13
Craig Ervine 1112.12
Prosper Utseya 1011.13
Brain Vitori 1011.10
Charles Coventry 930.65
Christopher Mpofu 920.30
Malcolm Waller 910.10

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