ICC's 'Big Three' formula inflicted severe damage, Manohar undid it: Mani
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LAHORE, Sept. 11 -- The International Cricket Council's 'Big Three' formula, devised by former BCCI chief N Srinivasan along with England and Australia and by which the three countries were to receive the lion's share of ICC revenues, inflicted 'severe damage to world cricket', Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ehsan Mani has said. Mani, who was ICC president from 2003-06, felt that the formula was "imposed" on all other ICC members. He alleged that the 'Big Three' countries "threatened" not to play with those who did not agree to the new method of sharing total ICC revenues -- 20.3 percent for India, 4.4 percent for England, and 2.7 percent for Australia --- from 2015-2023. "Certainly, during my time at the ICC, I was very fortunate ...
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