Setback for India as ICC dissolves Big Three

Setback for India as ICC dissolves Big Three |

DUBAI – A disappointment for Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) as ICC resolved BIG Three when eight members of International Cricket Council voted for the new financial model which cause India to lose a huge income from the ICC’s events.

From now, the Big Three is an un-operational body which was decided by a meeting of ICC member countries in which 9-1 voted against it.

The change in governance was supported with 8-2 with only Sri Lanka voted in favor along with India.

The BCCI head introduced Big Three system in 2014 at that time India received $570 million, now India will receive $290 million from the new model.

“Yes, the voting’s over. It was 8-2 in favor of revamped revenue model and 9-1 in favor of constitutional changes,” said a senior BCCI official. The BCCI has voted against both as we had, in principle, maintained that all these changes are completely unacceptable for us,” as quoted by Samaa News

Bangladesh also has shown tangency over the Indian case, BCCI officials told that they will use any option to defend their case.


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