FICA raise voice against the plan to centralise power of world cricket with three countries
KARACHI: Federation of International Cricketers' Associations (FICA) have voiced their strong opposition to the proposed revamp of the ICC's structure, suggesting the proposal to centralise power of world cricket with three countries namely Australia, India and England, ARY News reported.
Following the strong critism from the world cricketers, FICA has rejected the proposed plan. Chairman of FICA Paul Mrash opposed the idea by saying that it would only serve to strengthen India, England and Australia while weakening the rest.
Marsh said players had a real fear the proposal would leave countries outside the Big Three to wither on the vine.
FICA, which is the representative body for player associations in seven of the ICC's ten full member countries, had declared itself extremely concerned with the leaked proposal, which would place the ICC largely in the control of the so-called "Big Three" nations.
In order to strengthen the control and command on International Cricket Council (ICC), India has suggested to restrict all the administration matters to only three countries.Australia and England is also the part of this conspiracy, it will be reviewed during the annual meeting of ICC board.
Cricket board of South Africa has already rejected the plan while all other memebrs has also expressed concerns ovet it.