CoA to BCCI: Champions Trophy withdrawal not in best interest of Indian cricket

New Delhi [India]- With speculations going around that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) might pull out of Champions Trophy in the act of their defiance against the ICC’s revised financial model, the Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA) has called on the cricket board’s office-bearers to refrain from making any drastic decision which is not in the interest of the Indian cricket.

The CoA has insisted that any drastic step on the part of the BCCI could result in breakdown of negotiations between the country’s board, ICC and other cricket boards.

“It is not in the interests of Indian cricket for the BCCI to take any drastic step/ measure which may result in breakdown of negotiations between the BCCI, ICC and other cricket boards, especially since there is sufficient time between now and the ICC Conference to be held in June 2017 for a negotiated outcome to be arrived at,” the CoA said in its letter to the BCCI.

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