International Cricket Council urged to investigate vote

Tim May said in a report on Thursday he would not comment on the specifics of his non-election because he has a vested interest, but he pointed to the ICC's failure to enforce its own standards of governance.

updated: May 09, 2013 09:43 IST
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Australia's Tim May, ousted from an International Cricket Council panel amid allegations of pressure from India, says it is time someone "stood up to the cancer of stand-over tactics" that define the governing body.

May, chief executive of The Federation of International Cricketers' Associations (FICA), was recently replaced as a players' representative on the ICC cricket committee by India's Laxman Sivaramakrishnan.

FICA this week called on the ICC to investigate charges of ballot "fixing" after the former Indian leg-spinner was elected to the committee amid accusations that voters had been put under pressure.

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