PCB chief Zaka Ashraf calls emergency meeting on February 3 to discuss ICC draft

Sources say PCB need to carefully assess proposals to change ICC's administrative and financial structure as an approval can increase revenues but could also strain ties with an even more powerful BCCI due to long-standing political constraints.

updated: January 31, 2014 12:30 IST
  • Total Shares

The Chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board, Zaka Ashraf has called an emergency meeting of the governing board on February 3 to discuss the watered-down draft proposals put forward by India, Australia and England at the ICC meeting this week in Dubai. (PCB to oppose any change in ICC governance model)

Ashraf, who returns from Dubai after attending the ICC meetings, is himself facing a battle for survival after the Islamabad High Court started hearing an appeal filed by the government against his (Ashraf's) reinstatement as Chairman by a IHC divisional bench earlier this month. (Asian solidarity set to collapse as Pakistan, Sri Lanka oppose India's proposal of ICC overhaul)

Indications are that the government after today's hearing is thinking about issuing a notification, appointing an ad-hoc committee to run cricket affairs with a new Chairman.

Show Full Article
  • Cricket