Isaac is hoping he can continue to improve the quality of cricket for everyone
Former New Zealand Cricket chairman Alan Isaac has succeeded Sharad Pawar in becoming the new president of the International Cricket Council (ICC) for the next two years.
Grieg sees the BCCI as a major threat to the game of cricket
Former England captain and current cricket commentator Tony Greig has called upon India to accept the notion that the “spirit of cricket is more important than generating billions of dollars”.
Watson believes England’s batting depth is not as deep as their bowling
Australian vice-captain and all-rounder Shane Watson has expressed his doubts over the quality of the England batting lineup, stating that it can not be as strong as it looks since they have five bowlers in the squad.
The ICC believe that the DRS can bring equality and fairness to the sport
The International Cricket Council’s (ICC) Chief Executives Committee (CEC) is once again trying to make the Decsion Review System (DRS) a mandatory part of all series in international cricket.
Akhtar hopes that younger players will not get lured into the lucrative world of Twenty20 cricket
Pakistan pace maestro Shoaib Akhtar has revealed that he believes Twenty20 cricket has done an immense amount of damage to the current national team.
Sohail believes the PCB should start taking a tougher stance on match-fixing
Former Pakistan cricketing legends have expressed their disappointment and anger towards Danish Kaneria, who was banned for life by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) after being found guilty of corruption.
Kaneria is thought to be the mastermind of the whole match-fixing scandal
Former Pakistan leg-spinner Danish Kaneria has been banned for life by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) for match-fixing.
Pietersen was named the Man of the Tournament in the 2010 ICC Twenty20 World Cup
England Twenty20 captain Stuart Broad believes that he can lead his country to victory in the International Cricket Council (ICC) Twenty20 World Cup, even without the help of flamboyant batsman Kevin Pietersen.
Finn believes the rotation policy can help younger players gain more match experience
England pace bowler Steven Finn has encouraged the younger bowling talents in the national team to take full advantage of captain Andrew Strauss’ rotation policy in order to showcase their skills.
The Australian players will now be paid according to the way they perform during matches
The Australian Cricketers’ Association (ACA) and Cricket Australia have reached a new five-year deal where squad members will be paid upon their performances.