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CAN Disputes Resolved now, Boycotting Players Return In Close Camp
  Kathmandu, Nepal      January 04 2022

 Kathmandu, Nepal, January 4, 2022: The dispute surfaced in the Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN) has been resolved for now.  The dispute was resolved after CAN authority decided not to offer central contracts for the first six months of 2022 alleging prominent four players alleging them of violating the code of conduct. 

With the agreement, the nine players along with former captain Gyanendra Malla, who had had boycotted the closed camp training that kicked off on Monday, have agreed to participate in the close camp. 

As former captain Malla, former vice-captain Dipendra Singh Airee, Sompal Kami and Kamal Singh Airee had expressed their dissatisfaction over the categorization of national team members, the cricket governing body CAN had decided to cancel their central contract for the first half of 2022. 

As the board had also removed Malla and Airee from the post of captain and vice-captain respectively, CAN body also divided over the action. Though the agreement is not revealed yet officially, CAN officials as well as the players have claimed that they have reached on the agreement and boycotting players would participate in the close camp form Monday.