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How did the BCCI lose? Hours before before the ICC Board met, Choudhury and BCCI CEO Rahul Johri conducted discussions with heads of various boards such as the ECB, Cricket Australia, the WICB, Associates representative Imran Khawaja, and Manohar. It is understood that both BCCI representatives wanted to try and find a "middle path" on the finance model. The idea was to get as close to the $445 million figure the Committee of Administrators (CoA, appointed by Supreme Court of India to supervise the BCCI) had asked Manohar for in March. There was then a separate meeting between Choudhury and three members of the ICC working group, which had drafted the new constitution. Manohar, ECB president Giles Clarke and CA chairman David Peever once again placed the offer of an additional $100 million to Choudhury. With Choudhury refusing to enter a discussion on the settlement deal, the ICC working group was left with no choice but to ask for a show of hands. The BCCI was taken aback when Full Members whom it understood to be in its corner swayed to the ICC side. The BCB, Zimbabwe Cricket and the WICB have been BCCI allies for a long time, but on Wednesday they voted against it. The case of the BCB and ZC was surprising only because both had submitted strong reservations at the outset of the ICC Board meeting. ZC even called the draft constitution "discriminatory." What now for the BCCI? A ray of hope still exists, considering Manohar wants the BCCI to be happy. A source who has worked closely with Manohar since he arrived at the ICC last year said he has no "desire to alienate" the BCCI. He has asked the ICC to continue engaging with the BCCI. The other reason for the BCCI remaining optimistic was a significant decision the ICC Board agreed on: to move the finance model out of the constitution. The BCCI feels there is still some room for manoeuvre. The working group will meet once again during the ICC's annual conference oakley mad man sunglasses oo6019 in June to approve the final changes to the constitution, governance structure and finance model all of which would be finally ratified by the ICC Board. "All the boards want this resolved also," the official said. "What happened yesterday does not mean India has diminished." Choudhury told the ICC that he would need to head back to the BCCI, which will take a final decision at a special general body meeting (SGM). The official said India still had the bargaining power because of its importance in bilateral cricket. He pointed out that the ICC might need to increase its settlement offer and "go beyond" the proposed $100 million. "There are two ways of resolving this now. One is the SGM says okay, 390 is good. Let us go ahead. The ICC will agree immediately and resolve it. Or [the SGM] says we need more time. Then there will be another round of negotiations [with the ICC]." The biggest financial beneficiary to this package is Bangladesh and looser is Zimbawe bcoz Zimbawe had won far more matches than BD during same period of their entry into test cricket. Strange that just one away win by BD against Srilanka has put them at par with South Africa, Pakistan and Australia. Zimbawe should have been at least at par with BD. Otherwise it appears fairly balanced financial statement. If India is crying then it should look at the total figures of Australia and WI which combined together is even lower than india,s. India get a free chance to advertise bollywood. Hardly any non Asian cricketer watches Indian movies after buying ticket. Don't forget during last 30 35 years only Australia and WI have been true cricket champions bcoz they win at home as well as away. Next in line after Aussies and WI will be South Africa, England and Pakistan and then Srilankla still India no where near this category bcoz they win only at home. I will be extremely disappointed in the BCCI if they don't make the ICC pay dearly for this. Many cricketers are millionaires because of India. Many Indian people are suffering while some of these top cricketers are becoming arrogant and disrespecting even the game itself. The same applies to board memebers and executives in some of these cricket nations. Their plush status and conditions are almost entirely due to India(BCCI). Had ECB or AC been in the BCCI's position those same individuals would be struggling. Cricket in its wealthy form today today owes its existence to visionaries within the BCCI such as the late Jagmohan Dalmiya. Countries like Bangladesh now turning their back on the BCCI should be grateful to them too. Has Zimbabwe Cricket been infiltrated? Relations may not be the same today but even Pakistan has a lot to be grateful to the BCCI for. Same applies to West Indies and South Africa. Pull out of CT2017, T20CWC2018 and ODICWC2019. The biggest financial beneficiary to this package is Bangladesh and looser is Zimbawe bcoz Zimbawe had won far more matches than BD during same period of their entry into test cricket. Strange that just one away win by BD against Srilanka has put them at par with South Africa, Pakistan and Australia. Zimbawe should have been at least at par with BD. Otherwise it appears fairly balanced financial statement. If India is crying then it should look at the total figures of Australia and WI which combined together is even lower than india,s. India get a free chance to advertise oakley men's mirrored flak oo9188 bollywood. Hardly any non Asian cricketer watches Indian movies after buying ticket. Don't forget during last 30 35 years only Australia and WI have been true cricket champions bcoz they win at home as well as away. Next in line after Aussies and WI will be South Africa, England and Pakistan and then Srilankla still India no where near this category bcoz they win only at home. I will be extremely disappointed in the BCCI if they don't make the ICC pay dearly for this. Many cricketers are millionaires because of India. Many Indian people are suffering while some of these top cricketers are becoming arrogant and disrespecting even the game itself. The same applies to board memebers and executives in some of these cricket nations. Their plush status and conditions are almost entirely due to India(BCCI). Had ECB or AC been in the BCCI's position those same individuals would be struggling. Cricket in its wealthy form today today owes its existence to visionaries within the BCCI such as the late Jagmohan Dalmiya. Countries like Bangladesh now turning their back on the BCCI should be grateful to them too. Has Zimbabwe Cricket been infiltrated? Relations may not be the same today but even Pakistan has a lot to be grateful to the BCCI for. Same applies to West Indies and South Africa. Pull out of CT2017, T20CWC2018 and ODICWC2019. BCCI should send a C string team for Champions trophy. Then lets see how much media sponsorship ICC can gather. Legally nothing ICC can do because Indian players can fall sick or be unavailable and that is not against law. Before the next tournament ICC will be giving a higher percentage to BCC as it should be. Besides I wonder why PCB SLC do not dole out 5% of their revenue for associate nations cricket improvement if they are so concerned. They are like those employees who want a higher bonus but do not want to work more to make more bonus. They want the best salesman of team to perform even more so their bonus share increases automatically. Then they also want the best salesman to donate to CRY , WWF for humanitarian reasons because he made more bonus. Hypocrisy In real world or sport a company pays you according to your earning capacity, definitely not based on archaic notions of Socialism. Those who work more should be rewarded more. That is the unwritten law existing anywhere. If India is generating about 70% of income to ICC and all the other countries put togather are producing only about 30% with some members producing nothing or minus figures India should get more. I don't think it is difficult to understand. Poor countries who are developing cricket should be helped. There is no doubt about it as helps to spread the popularity of cricket and may help to generate better income in future. There are many ascociate countries much more resouceful than India. Why should they receive the largesse as this income is sucked out from the poor masses in India? The rich members and ascociate should manage their affairs better. You don't reward inefficiency. Ind has domestic leagues for other sports as well that are generating a lot of public interest but that is a matter for us. If Eng public (you are just an expat) was so averse to T20, I wonder why would ECB be so desperate to launch a T20 league that can be on par with BBL and IPL. And the point about 'enjoying international ODI', lol. Maybe play more or try to become better at it before talking about us. Eng got whipped by even Bd in the last WC and is still an amateurish side in the format. They are too eager to host India the next year and the following year. South Africa was originally slated to host Sri Lanka but for some weird reason(wink wink), now they want to host India back to back. Anyway, South African players like ABD were paid pittance(was that a 100K year contract to play a full year ) until India started paying him what he truly deserves. If Kyle Abbott can leave for a 120K/year through Kolpak, I am sure Rabada can convinced to bowl 4 weeks in December for 500K.

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