NEW DELHI: The ICC Board of Administrators assembly on Monday ended up being a humid squib after they failed to succeed in consensus over Shashank Manohar’s alternative as the following chairman of cricket’s world governing physique. The only agenda of […]
The only agenda of Monday’s assembly was to finalise the nomination course of for the election however no breakthrough could possibly be remodeled a unanimous selection to guide the Worldwide Cricket Council (ICC).
“Sure, there was no unanimity on numerous points. Firstly, there’s a divided home on whether or not there ought to be a easy majority or the prevailing 2/third majority in a home of 17,” an ICC Board member instructed PTI.
Nevertheless, the larger challenge is lack of an appropriate face and there’s no readability but over BCCI president Sourav Ganguly throwing his hat within the ring.
Whereas Pakistan Cricket Board’s chief Ehsan Mani has already made it clear that he wouldn’t depart his residence board as instructed by Prime Minister Imran Khan, there are a number of candidates who’re harbouring ambitions of main the ICC.
“Colin Graves (England) is a robust candidate however it might probably’t be stated that he’s favorite anymore. There are nations which will not help Graves.
“Equally, somebody like Dave Cameron (former Cricket West Indies president) might enter the fray with help of two unbiased administrators however might not get sufficient numbers. Ditto for Chris Nenzani (South Africa),” a former ICC Director, who’s abreast of the newest developments, stated.
The veteran administrator made it clear that at this level, no potential candidate has numbers to go the gap and that is the exact motive that the board is just not capable of give you an uniform election course of.
“One of the best answer is to have a candidate acceptable to all and keep away from an election which creates a tense ambiance between member nations. However sure, I agree that by now, we should always have been capable of finalise the nomination course of,” the official stated.