RAWALPINDI: Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Shaharyar Khan on Saturday said former president of Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and Chairman International Cricket Council (ICC) Shashank Manohar’s role has been crucial to dissolve the structure of Big Three. “Despite being the president of the BCCI, he had been condemning the idea of Big Three from the first day calling it unfair,” he said during a media talk while giving Manohar credit for bringing in the new ICC constitution. He said India’s…
DUBAI: India’s supremacy in world cricket on Wednesday met a major blow as the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) was comprehensively out-voted on governance structure and revenue model at the ICC Board Meeting in Dubai. India was checkmated by former BCCI boss Shashank Manohar, who now heads the International Cricket Council (ICC) as its first independent chairman. BCCI, which is the world’s richest cricket board, was thrashed 1-9 when representatives of all other member nations, except India’s Amitabh…
LONDON: The International Cricket Council (ICC) has moved closer to a radical shake-up to pave the way for Afghanistan and Ireland to become Test nations and restrict the power of the 'Big Three' of India, England and Australia. Following a meeting at its Dubai headquarters, cricket's global governing body said on Saturday it had reached "agreement in principle to constitutional and financial change, further progress on future international cricket structures and agreement around the consistent use of DRS (the Decision…
LAHORE: Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Shahryar Khan on Saturday said in upcoming International Cricket Council (ICC) conference Pakistan would fully oppose Big Three.
DUBAI: The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Thursday announced to review amendments that had been made to the ICC’s constitution in 2014 by ‘Big Three’ group consisting of India, Australia and England.
NEW DELHI: New International Cricket Council chairman Shashank Manohar has hit out at the imbalance of the sport's governing body which he said allowed Australia, England and India to bully the organisation.
MUMBAI: As England paceman Jimmy Anderson faces the prospect of a ban following a complaint from India, relations between the sides are in danger of becoming seriously soured in the wake of the latest contentious issue involving the Asian powerhouse.