Pakistan Cricket Board told to oppose 'Big Three' proposal

The Governing Board has advised the Pakistan Cricket Board to continue opposing India, England and Australia's attempt at revamping and taking control of the functioning of the International Cricket Council.

updated: February 04, 2014 13:33 IST
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Karachi: The Pakistan Cricket Board has been told by its Governing Board to strongly oppose the changes proposed by India, Australia and England cricket boards in the governance and distribution of finances in the ICC. (India, England and Australia close to becoming 'Big Three')

PCB chief Zaka Ashraf told reporters after the meeting of the Governing Board that the members had been given a detailed presentation about the proposed changes and they were clear about the line of action to be adopted by Pakistan at the next International Cricket Council meeting in Singapore on February 8. (N Srinivasan has agreed to Indo-Pak bilateral series, says Zaka Ashraf)

"The members have also suggested me to meet with the Prime Minister, who is the chief patron of the PCB and brief him on the issues and seek his advice," Ashraf said. (ACA hits out at Cricket Australia)

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