Former West Indies cricket president Dave Cameron aspires to be the next chairman of the International Cricket Council (ICC) and he imagines the cricket world as emphasizing private T20 leagues rather than the international cricket calendar. . Although Cameron wants to hold this ICC position, Cricket West Indies has not supported his candidature for this top post in the global body. Cameron, who was the head of Cricket West Indies from the year 2013 to 2019, proposed the long Indian Premier League and he wants all T20 leagues to run simultaneously like the top football leagues EPL, La Liga and Serie A which are organized Time starts.
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Cameron told PTI in an interview that playing Test cricket should be an option for smaller teams such as Afghanistan and Ireland, it should not be mandatory. England’s Colin Graves is considered to be the frontrunner in the race for the post of ICC chairman and Sourav Ganguly of India may also join the race. This requires at least two votes from the ICC board and Cameron says he has it safe.
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He said that I have both these votes, I do not think it will change. I am still waiting to hear about Ganguly’s future in the ICC. He has not yet finalized the election process. Talking about world cricket, Cameron said that the game should be taken out of the subcontinent, we need to develop it in China and elsewhere. This is the plan in which India has to be involved. Any globalization will require India’s investment (which brings 80 percent of sports revenue.)