International Cricket Council disappointed at FICA's confrontational approach

ICC termed Marsh's statement "a breach of trust" as he had issued a press release without reverting to the world body. Marsh had alleged in a statement that there was "no action for six weeks" on the FICA complaint about the vote for players representatives on the ICC Cricket Committee.

updated: June 28, 2013 11:42 IST
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London: The International Cricket Council has expressed "anger and disappointment" at FICA Executive Chairman Paul Marsh's allegations that no action had been taken for "six weeks" by the ICC on the issue of vote of player representatives.

The ICC stated that senior executives and leading board members of cricket's governing body had met with Ian Smith on June 25 in London where it was mutually agreed that "major progress" had been made to resolve and perceived deficiencies in in the ICC Cricket Committee election system.

"At the end of the meeting, we were close to reaching an outcome that was acceptable to the players and their representatives," the ICC said in a statement.

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