Dubai: The International Cricket Council's (ICC) Board has come out in support of the proposals which will give financial and administrative control of the world cricket body to India, England and Australia. However, a consensus on the proposed radical changes is yet to be made as some members are opposed to the power-sharing idea between the "the big three" countries.
An ICC statement claimed that the Board has "unanimously supported" the future structure of the sport's governing body and was confident of a consensus at a "follow-up Board meeting next month."
“This is an important time for world cricket and it is extremely encouraging that the ICC Board has unanimously supported a set of far-reaching principles that will underpin the long-term prosperity of the global game," said ICC president Alan Isaac after the long ICC Board meeting here. (Also read: Asian solidarity under threat as PCB, SL oppose BCCI at ICC Meet)