PCB chief slams ICC for change in rotational policy

Zeecric Bureau

Karachi: The Pakistan Cricket Board on Tuesday lashed out at the ICC, saying that the board wasn’t consulted before taking the decision to scrap the rotational system for appointing president. PCB even hinted at taking the matters to the court if the decision was not talked out and reversed.

The International Cricket Council, headed by India’s Sharad Pawar, moved to do away with rotational policy in the appointment of its presidents after 2015

ICC is planning to stop the rotation policy once the term of Pawar`s successor Alan Issac (New Zealand) is over in 2015. ICC is likely to deliberate on the proposal in its annual general meeting on June 28 in Hong Kong.

Pakistan and Bangladesh would lose out if the current rotational policy is done away with as the two countries are to present their nominees for the post of ICC president and vice-president. Both the two countries are reportedly opposed to the idea of scrapping the system.

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