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The fan said that James Sutherland must be told to go as he was treating Cricket Australia as his corporation rather than as the national game of Australians Getty Images

Melbourne: A fan of Australian cricket who goes by the name of Terry, has put up small stickers across the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) in a bid to get the concerned authorities to sack or remove James Sutherland as CEO of Cricket Australia (CA). On Day four of the ongoing second Test match between Australia and Pakistan being played at the MCG, stickers with the words “Sutherland must go!” were seen across the ground in spite of the national team s ongoing winning spree after losing five Tests on the trot. The fan s no-frills campaign, according to the Sydney Morning Herald, consisted of printed 180 stickers each costing 2.5 Australian cents, Australian dollars 4.50 in total.

The fan said that Sutherland must be told to go as he was treating Cricket Australia as his corporation rather than as the national game of Australians. He also said that Cricket Australia needs to focus on winning games rather than earning substantial profits. Cricket Australia has assured fans over security arrangements for the Boxing Day (December 26) Test against Pakistan on Friday after police foiled a plot to attack prominent sites in Melbourne with a series of bombs on Christmas Day. About 400 police and members of Australia s domestic spy agency conducted overnight raids on homes in the suburbs of Melbourne and arrested six men and a woman, all Australian citizens in their 20s.

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Our security team is in contact with the relevant authorities to ensure we have the appropriate level of security at the Boxing Day test and other cricket matches being held around the country, CA chief executive Sutherland said.