Rediff – Peeved with the Committee of Administrators (COA), around 13 state units of the BCCI have demanded a Special General Meeting (SGM) on June 22 to discuss lingering policy issues such as players’ contracts, a long-standing revenue dispute with the ICC, and commercial ventures of the board.

Summary

  • Peeved with the Committee of Administrators (COA), around 13 state units of the BCCI have demanded a Special General Meeting (SGM) on June 22 to discuss lingering policy issues such as players’ contracts, a long-standing revenue dispute with the ICC, and commercial ventures of the board.
  • The COA has not kept us in loop with regards to any policy matters,” an angry state unit official from East Zone said on Thursday.
  • While some of the key issues remain the same, a section in the BCCI is livid with the manner in which certain decisions pertaining to the National Cricket Academy (NCA) have been taken of late and how the cricket operations division has taken “unilateral decisions” without consulting the general body.
  • Point No 8 states: “To consider and to take decisions on all matter pertaining to the National Cricket Academy, its programs, and all matters pertaining to the proposed new National Cricket Academy Head Quarters.”
  • Point 9 states: “To consider and to take decisions on all matters of cricket operations including but not limited to the Domestic Season (2018-19.)


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