The International Cricket Council on Thursday night refuted FICA claims it had failed to act on concerns over the legitimacy of a vote for player representatives on its cricket committee.
Yesterday, FICA executive chairman Paul Marsh was in no mood to let things lie. “The ICC’s media release is a disappointing attempt to deflect attention from the real issue here,” he said.
“The clear facts of this matter are that FICA has evidence that boards pressured captains into changing their votes in the process of electing the players’ representative to the ICC cricket committee. We believe this is a clear breach of the ICC’s own code of ethics.”
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