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BCCI set to suffer due to ICC restructuring

ICC Chairman Shashank Manohar believes the Big 3 is unfair.
ICC Chairman Shashank Manohar believes the Big 3 is unfair.

In the last few months, a lot has been going on between the ICC Chairman Shashank Manohar and the BCCI. With respect to the restructuring of the ICC revenue sharing model, the revenue given to the Big 3 is in contention. The big 3, that is England, Australia and India are given a share of 21.9% as per the present model. In the new proposed system, ICC is planning to cut down the revenue given to the BCCI to 15%. That accounts for approximately INR 900 crore lesser revenue which will be hard hitting to the Indian board.

India is the most profitable contributor for the ICC as they generate a very high TV rights amounts. Apart from that, almost all the big sponsors for the ICC events are Indian companies. Keeping these factors in perspective, BCCI was also made a permanent member in many of the ICC Committees. Once Manohar assumed charge of the office, he declared that he feels the system is unfair.

Based on the new changes, BCCI will be affected by around INR 3000 crores. The Indian chiefs aren’t happy with the proposal and claim that the move falls short of logic.

“If you want to implement this then it will ensure that teams like Mumbai and Karnataka will get more money while the smaller associations who do not produce the same kind of performances will get a smaller amount. Will you all be ok with that?” – Manohar last year on the Big 3 system

The system was introduced by Srinivasan so that the BCCI can profit by it. In the upcoming ICC meet, the new system will be brought into place and the revenue sharing model will change. Under the new model, the ICC aims to help the smaller cricket playing nations by investing more in their infrastructure. Another bone of contention in this ongoing situation is the media revenue pool for the overseas games.

The new system is supported by almost all the ICC members as they believe the improvement and the growth of the game is the bigger target. Even back home, the Mumbai Cricket Association is for the proposal as they believe cricket is much more than just money and hence, smaller nations should be supported.

Read: Indian dressing room moments you didn’t know about

ICC Chairman Shashank Manohar believes the Big 3 is unfair.
ICC Chairman Shashank Manohar believes the Big 3 is unfair.

In the last few months, a lot has been going on between the ICC Chairman Shashank Manohar and the BCCI. With respect to the restructuring of the ICC revenue sharing model, the revenue given to the Big 3 is in contention. The big 3, that is England, Australia and India are given a share of 21.9% as per the present model. In the new proposed system, ICC is planning to cut down the revenue given to the BCCI to 15%. That accounts for approximately INR 900 crore lesser revenue which will be hard hitting to the Indian board.

India is the most profitable contributor for the ICC as they generate a very high TV rights amounts. Apart from that, almost all the big sponsors for the ICC events are Indian companies. Keeping these factors in perspective, BCCI was also made a permanent member in many of the ICC Committees. Once Manohar assumed charge of the office, he declared that he feels the system is unfair.

Based on the new changes, BCCI will be affected by around INR 3000 crores. The Indian chiefs aren’t happy with the proposal and claim that the move falls short of logic.

“If you want to implement this then it will ensure that teams like Mumbai and Karnataka will get more money while the smaller associations who do not produce the same kind of performances will get a smaller amount. Will you all be ok with that?” – Manohar last year on the Big 3 system

The system was introduced by Srinivasan so that the BCCI can profit by it. In the upcoming ICC meet, the new system will be brought into place and the revenue sharing model will change. Under the new model, the ICC aims to help the smaller cricket playing nations by investing more in their infrastructure. Another bone of contention in this ongoing situation is the media revenue pool for the overseas games.

The new system is supported by almost all the ICC members as they believe the improvement and the growth of the game is the bigger target. Even back home, the Mumbai Cricket Association is for the proposal as they believe cricket is much more than just money and hence, smaller nations should be supported.

Read: Indian dressing room moments you didn’t know about

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ICC Chairman Shashank Manohar believes the Big 3 is unfair.
ICC Chairman Shashank Manohar believes the Big 3 is unfair.

In the last few months, a lot has been going on between the ICC Chairman Shashank Manohar and the BCCI. With respect to the restructuring of the ICC revenue sharing model, the revenue given to the Big 3 is in contention. The big 3, that is England, Australia and India are given a share of 21.9% as per the present model. In the new proposed system, ICC is planning to cut down the revenue given to the BCCI to 15%. That accounts for approximately INR 900 crore lesser revenue which will be hard hitting to the Indian board.

India is the most profitable contributor for the ICC as they generate a very high TV rights amounts. Apart from that, almost all the big sponsors for the ICC events are Indian companies. Keeping these factors in perspective, BCCI was also made a permanent member in many of the ICC Committees. Once Manohar assumed charge of the office, he declared that he feels the system is unfair.

Based on the new changes, BCCI will be affected by around INR 3000 crores. The Indian chiefs aren’t happy with the proposal and claim that the move falls short of logic.

“If you want to implement this then it will ensure that teams like Mumbai and Karnataka will get more money while the smaller associations who do not produce the same kind of performances will get a smaller amount. Will you all be ok with that?” – Manohar last year on the Big 3 system

The system was introduced by Srinivasan so that the BCCI can profit by it. In the upcoming ICC meet, the new system will be brought into place and the revenue sharing model will change. Under the new model, the ICC aims to help the smaller cricket playing nations by investing more in their infrastructure. Another bone of contention in this ongoing situation is the media revenue pool for the overseas games.

The new system is supported by almost all the ICC members as they believe the improvement and the growth of the game is the bigger target. Even back home, the Mumbai Cricket Association is for the proposal as they believe cricket is much more than just money and hence, smaller nations should be supported.

Read: Indian dressing room moments you didn’t know about

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