The “position paper” also recommended changes in the ICC’s revenue distribution models, administrative structures and the Future Tours Programme (FTP).
The proposal created a stir in the cricket fraternity with arguments suggesting that the concentration of power in the hands of the three boards could impact the game significantly.
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