In an unexpected turn of events, the Board of Control for Cricket in India’s proposal to host a mini-IPL was strongly objected by the four boards of the International Cricket Council (ICC) in Edinburgh.
According to a report of Times of India, Cricket Australia, West Indies Cricket Board, England Cricket Board and South Africa Cricket board are against the ideas expressed by Anurag Thakur during a meeting last month. The vacant September has the bone between the BCCI and the ICC. The Indian cricket board wants to organize an overseas IPL, ICC and has plans for the World T20 during this period, making it once in a year or two affair.
“If this is true, then it is a sure sign of a reduced impact on the current set of administrators (board)wield, unlike its predecessors. It is also a personal embarrassment for men who is running the BCCI,” a source told the newspaper. The report also said that Thakur and Shashank Manohar is no longer on the same page.