Sethi: BCCI must pay us $70 million if they don’t honour MoU

“If they agree to play us then that is great, otherwise we will be taking action against them”

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Najam Sethi has said that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will have to pay the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) $70 million if they fail to honour the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that was signed in 2014.

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Manohar: Decision to resign had nothing to do with BCCI

“It has nothing to do with the ICC functioning or these issues which are going to come up”

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Shahank Manohar stepped down as chairman of the International Cricket Council (ICC) on Wednesday, but he revealed that his decision to do so had nothing to do with the difference in opinions he and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) may have had.

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Shaharyar: We lost $200 million due to India

“Once the constitution is final we intend to take our case against the BCCI”

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Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shaharyar Khan has revealed that the board incurred losses of approximately USD 200 million as a result of the Board of Control for Cricket in India’s (BCCI) refusal to play bilateral series in Pakistan.

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New Zealand to be visited by ‘Big Three’ twice in next eight years

New Zealand are set to be visited by India, England and Pakistan during the summer of 2019-20

New Zealand are set to be visited by India, England and Pakistan during the summer of 2019-20

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India, England and Australia, who are also known as the ‘Big Three’, will each visit New Zealand twice over the next eight years, according to the latest version of the Future Tours Programme (FTP).

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PCB likely to support ICC revamp

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“I don’t think this is about principles, it is about safeguarding our own self-interests in the long run in world cricket”

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) are likely to support the new International Cricket Council (ICC) revamp out of fear that they might be isolated if they decide not to.

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