Only good on-field performances can boost India's stature in ICC's boardroom

BCCI needs to set its own house in order and help improve India's overseas performances before aiming to take control of the way the sport is governed.

updated: January 30, 2014 15:26 IST
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Money and power go hand in hand. Unfortunately for Team India, money and success do not.

Backed by the richest Board in the world - one that seeks to change International Cricket Council's revenue and administrative structure, India is the powerhouse of international cricket. The powerhouse though, has suffered repeated outages on recent foreign tours. And as BCCI, along with Cricket Australia and England and Wales Cricket Board, looks to take control of the way the sport is governed, its own team has shown gaping cracks that need immediate repairs. (India to push for lion's share of revenue at ICC Board meet)

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