One of the richest boards in the cricket world is cutting 72 employees
LR Badal: The first international cricket to return to the country after overcoming the Covid-19 infection in early July. That England cricket board has been suffocated by the epidemic. Despite being one of the richest cricket boards in the world, the England and Wales Cricket Board has suffered huge financial losses. The ECB has decided to lay off 72 workers to handle the loss.
The ECB had earlier hinted that it was going to pay its employees. Australia, New Zealand, West Indies Cricket Board has already laid off staff. Even the salaries of some workers have been reduced. ECBO walked that path in the atmosphere of Corona.
According to the ECB, their losses could increase to কোটি 200 million next year. Board chief Harrison initially feared they could lose more than কোটি 300 million as the game closes. The chief executive of the ECB said in a statement on Tuesday that they were losing more than কোটি 100 million this year. However, to make up for this loss, the ECB has been organizing one international series after another in a bio-secure environment. Even then, the decision to lay off ECB staff has drawn a lot of criticism from the world’s richest cricket board. – G News