Newly Appointed ICC Chairman does not believe there is a ‘Big 3’ in cricket
New Zealand’s Greg Barclay was elected as the new ICC chairman on Tuesday.
Newly elected ICC chairman Greg Barclay does not buy into the existence of the supposed ‘Big 3’ in international cricket. He says every nation should be treated equally.
Barclay said, “There is no ‘Big 3’ as far as I am concerned. I don’t subscribe to it at all. All members are important and should be treated equally,”
“I do accept concerns of members could be different… I do accept that some of those bigger counties can provide certain outcomes to the ICC along the lines of hosting and revenue so again we need to take that into account and recognise that but there is no ‘Big 3’,” said the Chairman.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), Cricket. It was a model adopted by the International Cricket Council in 2014, which gives the major share of ICC’s revenue to three countries, namely India, England, and Australia.