India could lose hosting rights for Champions Trophy 2021 CricBuzz
After the gathering of its Board on Friday (February 9), the International Cricket Council (ICC) expressed that they were investigating conceivable elective hosts for the ICC Champions Trophy in 2021, which is booked to be held in India.
It is standard practice for major wearing occasions to get impose exclusions from the host government, and the ICC has been looking for the same, yet without much of any result up until this point. Because of this worry, they’re presently taking a gander at nations in a comparative time zone, while at the same time searching for a leap forward with the Indian government.
“In different issues, the Board communicated their worry around the nonappearance of an expense exception from the Indian Government for ICC occasions held in India regardless of progressing endeavors from both the ICC and BCCI to secure the exclusion which is standard practice for major donning occasions far and wide,” it was expressed in an ICC discharge.
“The Board concurred that ICC administration, upheld by the BCCI will proceed with the exchange with the Indian Government however meanwhile guided ICC administration to investigate elective host nations in a comparable time zone for the ICC Champions Trophy 2021.”
Independently, it was reported that Afghanistan and Ireland, who were allowed Full Member status in June 2017, will get expanded store assignments.
“The new model will see Ireland and Afghanistan each getting a level of the anticipated excess, summing under current projections to around $40m each finished the course of the present eight year business rights cycle,” ICC expressed.
It was likewise declared that Indra Nooyi, Chairwoman and CEO of PepsiCo, will turn into ICC’s first female Independent Director, as a feature of a far reaching established change to enhance worldwide administration of the game.