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March 10, 2006
Tikolo told Cricinfo that the confusion had arisen because the players were seen in a meeting during the morning. "We were supposed to meet an official to discuss the finances for the Bangladesh tour, but he got delayed and so we were waiting for him." A reporter put two and two together and filed a story that the squad was again refusing to train.
Samir Inamdar, the Cricket Kenya chairman, told Cricinfo that the financial package for the trip - which was the same as that offered for the recent Zimbabwe tour - had been agreed. He added that all fees owed from Zimbabwe had been paid.
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