Ex ICC President Ehsan Mani disagrees with Pak`s changing stance over `Big 3` acceptance
Karachi: Former International Cricket Council (ICC) President Ehsan Mani has said that he does not agree with the change in Pakistan`s stance over the `Big 3` taking control over ICC.
Mani said that the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is trying to come to an accommodation and make a practical decision regarding the `Big 3` governance as PCB is trying to make the best of a bad situation, but added that it does not make it right.
According to PakPassion.net, Mani said that due to the structure and mismanagement of cricket in Pakistan, they find themselves in a situation that at a critical moment when the Big 3 had been happening and proposals were being raised earlier this year, the nation had no leader.
The former Pakistani cricketer said that the PCB had a chairman who had been thrown out, went to the court and came back, adding that the other one went out and is now back again, which does not bode well for the nation`s cricket.
Mani said that Pakistan`s fluctuating stance over Big 3 dominance is the result of there being no depth in the management in the nations cricket, as one removes the top man and the policy changes, followed by another change in direction as a new person comes in as Chairman.
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