Bangladesh at the risk of losing ICC membership

Thursday, 20 June 2013 - 12:44



BCB president Nazmul Hassan has warned Bangladesh could lose its ICC membership if it doesn't hold a board election in line with ICC guidelines.


The country's High Court earlier this year challenged the legality of the newly amended BCB constitution, and that has held up the elections which were supposed to take place within 90 days of the ad-hoc committee taking over the BCB.


The ICC has reportedly set guidelines for cricket boards to minimise government interference and make sure that the board presidents are elected, not selected.

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