CSA will meet with ICC again before deciding on ‘Big Three’ proposal
President Chris Nenzani says the CSA will need more time to think over the ICC’s revamp proposal © Getty Images
Feb 1, 2014
Cricket South Africa (CSA) announced on Saturday that they would need further meetings with the International Cricket Council’s (ICCs) officials in order to reach a decision on the proposed revamp plan proposal put forward by the ICC.
The ICC had announced in its Dubai meeting about the revamp proposal which was aimed at restructuring the game in terms of governance and finance and also maintained that it had the ‘unanimous’ support of all member nations including the CSA, which the latter later said was subject to approval reports IOL.
A joint session was held by the CSA on Saturday to discuss the complications involving the ICC’s latest plans on the revamp issue.
“We had very fruitful and constructive session today. After carefully considering the ICC revamp proposals, we have reached a position where we will need to engage further with the ICC leadership before we can reach a consensus position ahead of next Saturday’s ICC board meeting,” said a statement released by CSA President Chris Nenzani.
“I am confident that we can reach agreement based on the principles that we strongly adhere to. As these are sensitive matters, there will be no further comment at this stage,” concluded the statement.