Pakistan has problem with Indian cricket PCB Chief said- India dominance in ICC. People from top-3 countries for 6 years, chairman, now meet new board chairman. Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is again facing trouble with Indian cricket. PCB chairman Ehsan Mani admitted that India dominates the ICC. He said that only people from the top 3 countries India, England and Australia have been sitting on the chair of this ICC chairman for 6 years. This time there should be selection from some other board.
Pakistan has problem with Indian cricket PCB Chief said- India dominance in ICC
In fact, since 2014, the post of chairman in ICC has been decided. Since then, it has had two chairman N Srinivasan and Shashank Manohar. Both times Indians were placed in this position. Shashank remained in the post since November 2015. He resigned in July.
Three countries did politics for the chair
In an interview to sports magazine Forbes, Mani said, “It is unfortunate that the selection of the new ICC chairman is taking too long.” In 2014 Australia, England and India started politics to save the chair. Now they are seen struggling in it. Now it would be better if the new chairman is not from Big-3 (India, England and Australia).
Colin Graves and Sourav Ganguly
lead the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) Chairman Colin Graves for the new chairman, this time in the ICC chairman’s race . BCCI President Sourav Ganguly is also named after him. However, Ganguly has already spoken of not contesting the post. At the same time, the BCCI said that if Ganguly is not a candidate, the BCCI will support Colin Graves.
Ehsan Money was out of the ICC Chairman’s race
for ICC Chairman, Ehsan Money was also in the race, but he is now out, as he was the ICC President from 2003 to 2006. To this, Mani said, “Conflict of interest in the board has emerged as a major problem. I have never seen this before in a 17-year career. Conflicts of such interest are not transparent. ”In fact, before 2014, the ICC Chief was called the ICC President. The ICC chairman was later named.