Shashank Manohar does a U-turn, to continue as ICC chairman

Dubai: ICC chairman Shashank Manohar, who stepped down from his place last week, has made a U-turn and may proceed as a result of the physique’s chairman.

ICC on Friday launched that former BCCI president Manohar has decided to take once more his resignation following an ICC Board determination to request him to remain in publish was handed with overwhelming help.

In a press launch ICC talked about, “In a significant show of support for Mr Manohar the Board asked him to withdraw his resignation or at the very least defer it until the ongoing process relating to governance and financial restructuring are completed.”

Speaking on the selection Manohar talked about: “I respect the feelings expressed by the Directors and the boldness they’ve reposed in me. Inside the gentle of this, and although my dedication to depart as a consequence of personal causes has not modified, I am eager to proceed as Chairman till the accountability as per the choice is full.

“I have duty to work with my colleagues to enable a smooth transition and continue our work on the governance of the ICC.”

“This determination is a clear indication that whereas the Board couldn’t however agree on the aspect of our reform course of, we’re devoted to the overarching philosophies of it. All of us think about that Shashank must be the particular person to see it by way of and whereas respectful of a name made for personal causes, we’re delighted that he has agreed to remain in publish until the completion of the 2017 Annual Conference the place we are going to elect a successor," talked about Cricket Australia Chairman David Peever.

Vikram Limaye, a member of BCCI's Committee of Administrators, talked about: “It is important that the current issues are resolved to everyone’s satisfaction. We had a productive meeting with Mr Manohar recently (prior to his resignation) wherein we outlined the concerns of BCCI on the financial model and governance issues and our suggestions for resolution. We are committed to working with ICC for a satisfactory resolution of these issues.”

President of the Bangladesh Cricket Board, Nazmul Hassan, talked about: “For the greater interest of cricket, we need Shashank as the Chairman of ICC especially at this critical juncture. He can be assured of our full support.”