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kalson
March 22, 2010, 12:38 AM
International cricket
BCB president in line for the ICC post
Date: 22 March, 2010(Monday)
Bipin Dani

If AHM Mustafa Kamal, FCA, MP, survives as the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) president for few more years then he may succeed former Australian Prime Minister, John Howard, as ICC vice president in 2012 (when Howard takes over from Sharad Pawar as ICC chief) and ICC president in 2014.

This was re-emerge from the correspondence received from New Zealand's Sir John Anderson, who lost the ICC vice president post to former Australia Prime Minister John Howard. "The order commenced with India (Jagmohan Dalmiya ), then Australia (Malcolm Gray ), Pakistan (Ehsan Mani ), South Africa (Percy Sonn ), the system then in 2007 moved to the current Vice President/President system, with rotation around Australia/New Zealand, West Indies/England, India/Sri/Lanka, Pakistan/Bangladesh, South Africa/Zimbabwe", he said from New Zealkand.

"The next country's turn is Pakistan/Bangladesh", he further added. If the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) does not insist for his own man, and the post goes to Mustafa Kamal, he will be the third consecutive politician at the helm. Also considering the fact that Pakistan's Ehsan Mani has already occupied the chair and the game in Pakistan is being run inconsistently, a representative from BCB would always be welcome to chair the world cricketing body.

Voicing his concern for the first time and exclusively after losing the "battle" to Howard, Sir Anderson said, "the ICC system seems to be wrong as national pride will cause deadlocks similar to this (Australia-New Zealand) in the future. The earlier method of choosing the candidate was more appropriate".

Elaborating about the earlier method, he said: "The earlier ICC method of selection of President (there was no Vice President) in 1996 was a rotation amongst Full Members, who would each have a turn in appointing the President/Chair.”

http://www.cricdb.com/archive/international/news/detail.php?nid=2988

AsifTheManRahman
March 22, 2010, 12:47 AM
Go Loitta! ;)

wiseshah
March 22, 2010, 12:48 AM
but my vote is NO, we dont want another crap in ICC. he is our own enemy just like enamul haq moni.

wiseshah
March 22, 2010, 12:49 AM
saber Hossain chowdhury would have been good option.or rokibul hasan

auntu
March 22, 2010, 01:06 AM
[বাংলা]লোটার কপাল![/বাংলা]

Rabz
March 22, 2010, 01:19 AM
Dont worry, he will not be there by 2012.
Some even more jacked up guy with absolutely no knowledge of cricket will warm the chair.

I hope Saber and Hasina resolves their differences by then.

cricman
March 22, 2010, 02:21 AM
If AHM Mustafa Kamal, FCA, MP, survives as the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) president for few more years then he may succeed former Australian Prime Minister, John Howard, as ICC vice president in 2012 (when Howard takes over from Sharad Pawar as ICC chief) and ICC president in 2014.

This was re-emerge from the correspondence received from New Zealand's Sir John Anderson, who lost the ICC vice president post to former Australia Prime Minister John Howard. "The order commenced with India (Jagmohan Dalmiya ), then Australia (Malcolm Gray ), Pakistan (Ehsan Mani ), South Africa (Percy Sonn ), the system then in 2007 moved to the current Vice President/President system, with rotation around Australia/New Zealand, West Indies/England, India/Sri/Lanka, Pakistan/Bangladesh, South Africa/Zimbabwe", he said from New Zealkand.

"The next country's turn is Pakistan/Bangladesh", he further added. If the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) does not insist for his own man, and the post goes to Mustafa Kamal, he will be the third consecutive politician at the helm. Also considering the fact that Pakistan's Ehsan Mani has already occupied the chair and the game in Pakistan is being run inconsistently, a representative from BCB would always be welcome to chair the world cricketing body.

Voicing his concern for the first time and exclusively after losing the "battle" to Howard, Sir Anderson said, "the ICC system seems to be wrong as national pride will cause deadlocks similar to this (Australia-New Zealand) in the future. The earlier method of choosing the candidate was more appropriate".

Elaborating about the earlier method, he said: "The earlier ICC method of selection of President (there was no Vice President) in 1996 was http://www.cricdb.com/archive/international/news/detail.php?nid=2988

Cric_blood
March 22, 2010, 02:25 AM
omg...loitta got luck unlike our bowlerz

BD-Shardul
March 22, 2010, 02:57 AM
[বাংলা]লোটাইচ্চা প্রেসিডেন্ট হলে কী আমাদের আম্পাইয়ারিং ভাগ্যের উন্নতি হবে?[/বাংলা]

AK420
March 22, 2010, 09:36 AM
If that happens, the cricket world will split into fragments

Naimul_Hd
March 22, 2010, 09:47 AM
i would support anything which will make him to leave BCB !

Nafi
March 22, 2010, 09:49 AM
Wooot!

Bruno
March 22, 2010, 09:54 AM
Im not sure if I should be happy or concerned, but mostly concerned.....

magic boy
March 22, 2010, 10:31 AM
[বাংলা]হায়রে কি কপাইল্লা এই লোটাস কামাল[/বাংলা]http://smileys.on-my-web.com/repository/Surprise/surprised-023.gif

riankhan
March 22, 2010, 12:05 PM
:timeout: Allah Rohom Koro........Allah Bachaw :timeout:

DJ Sahastra
March 22, 2010, 12:13 PM
That's a good news. Umpires may be have it in their mind as to who holds the reins before they decide to lift or not lift their finger and probably do the right thing for a change, especially when BD plays.

godzilla
March 22, 2010, 12:23 PM
LOLz ya right ... who else is going to beg on his knees. Maybe Dhoni or maybe Pointing? Why leave Ghram Smith behind infact why not the whole world ... I hope he dosen't cause he is going to bring corruption inside the cricket system -_- BAD MAN ! VERY BAD MAN :-D