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Pawar, other BCCI members had backed Manohar
Wednesday 25 January 2017

Pawar, other BCCI members had backed Manohar on ICC matter
There has been much fuss over the proposed change in the governance structure at the International Cricket Council (ICC) and also the revenue sharing model over an eight-year cycle.
But reliable sources revealed that the former BCCI and ICC president Sharad Pawar backed Shashank Manohar to the hilt at the BCCI’s special general meeting (SGM) of February 19, 2016, when the matter of distribution of ICC revenue was discussed.
The Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) had raised the issue of Manohar’s proposal to rollback the ICC revenue sharing model firmed up in 2014, but Pawar, representing the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA), sided with Manohar who said it was unfair that the BCCI was to get 22% before the ICC had paid for its expenses and others apportioned a small percentage.
A BCCI official who was at the SGM said: “Mr. Pawar said that the Cricket Boards of Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, South Africa, Zimbabwe and West Indies have always supported the BCCI’s initiatives and hence these Boards should get enough money to develop cricket in their countries.”
Thereafter a unanimous resolution was adopted stating that the BCCI president Manohar and secretary Anurag Thakur be authorised to take the ICC revenue sharing model forward in a manner that would not cut much into BCCI’s percentage.
Present at the SGM were all the office-bearers of the BCCI and full-member representatives including Thakur, Amitabh Chaudhary, Anirudh Chaudhry, P.S. Raman, Suresh Bafna, Brijesh Patel, Ajay Shrike, T.C. Mathew, Arshad Ayub, G. Gangaraju and Niranjan Shah.
Two years ago, the then BCCI secretary Sanjay Patel had told a select group of reporters that the BCCI would initially take 22% of ICC’s annual revenue with the others getting a single digit percentage and another 4% after all expenses are paid. Clearly, the proposal to change the governance structure and the revenue sharing model, after Manohar became the BCCI’s representative and thereby the ICC chairman, has been welcomed by almost all full, associate and affiliate members of the ICC.
ICC’s next quarterly meetings will take place at Dubai during the first week of February. The ICC’s Working Group has met a few times in the last 12 months to dissect and discuss governance issues and also the modalities of distributing money among its members. It will be up to the ICC Board to take a call on the proposals made by the Working Group.
Eventually, the entire proposal will be put before members at the annual conference in June; the consolidated votes of the ten full members has a 75% weightage as against the associate and affiliate’s votes which has 25%. Each of the ten full members has 7.5%.
The Supreme Court has asked the BCCI to propose three names on Friday and that it will pick one among them to attend the ICC Board Meeting in Dubai. The BCCI’s joint secretary Amitabh Chaudhary, who is discharging the duties of the secretary, is eligible to attend the chief executive meeting.

There has been much fuss over the proposed change in the governance structure at the International Cricket Council (ICC) and also the revenue sharing model over an eight-year cycle.

But reliable sources revealed that the former BCCI and ICC president Sharad Pawar backed Shashank Manohar to the hilt at the BCCI’s special general meeting (SGM) of February 19, 2016, when the matter of distribution of ICC revenue was discussed.

The Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) had raised the issue of Manohar’s proposal to rollback the ICC revenue sharing model firmed up in 2014, but Pawar, representing the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA), sided with Manohar who said it was unfair that the BCCI was to get 22% before the ICC had paid for its expenses and others apportioned a small percentage.

A BCCI official who was at the SGM said: “Mr. Pawar said that the Cricket Boards of Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, South Africa, Zimbabwe and West Indies have always supported the BCCI’s initiatives and hence these Boards should get enough money to develop cricket in their countries.”

Thereafter a unanimous resolution was adopted stating that the BCCI president Manohar and secretary Anurag Thakur be authorised to take the ICC revenue sharing model forward in a manner that would not cut much into BCCI’s percentage.

Present at the SGM were all the office-bearers of the BCCI and full-member representatives including Thakur, Amitabh Chaudhary, Anirudh Chaudhry, P.S. Raman, Suresh Bafna, Brijesh Patel, Ajay Shrike, T.C. Mathew, Arshad Ayub, G. Gangaraju and Niranjan Shah.

Two years ago, the then BCCI secretary Sanjay Patel had told a select group of reporters that the BCCI would initially take 22% of ICC’s annual revenue with the others getting a single digit percentage and another 4% after all expenses are paid. Clearly, the proposal to change the governance structure and the revenue sharing model, after Manohar became the BCCI’s representative and thereby the ICC chairman, has been welcomed by almost all full, associate and affiliate members of the ICC.

ICC’s next quarterly meetings will take place at Dubai during the first week of February. The ICC’s Working Group has met a few times in the last 12 months to dissect and discuss governance issues and also the modalities of distributing money among its members. It will be up to the ICC Board to take a call on the proposals made by the Working Group.

Eventually, the entire proposal will be put before members at the annual conference in June; the consolidated votes of the ten full members has a 75% weightage as against the associate and affiliate’s votes which has 25%. Each of the ten full members has 7.5%.

The Supreme Court has asked the BCCI to propose three names on Friday and that it will pick one among them to attend the ICC Board Meeting in Dubai. The BCCI’s joint secretary Amitabh Chaudhary, who is discharging the duties of the secretary, is eligible to attend the chief executive meeting.

Courtesy: The Hindu

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