Holding was reacting to decisions by at least two regional boards not to support the former West Indies cricket captain’s nomination for the position.
“I thought it was unrealistic that Lloyd would have been nominated,” Holding told The Sunday Gleaner.
“If you are a member of a board, and you resign from that board because, according to the board, you are going against their wishes by taking up the chairmanship of the IMC, you can’t then expect that same board to go and vote for you to go and lead them.”
“It is just not human nature and it just does not make any sense. In fact, it is illogical to think that were to happen,” Holding said.