Ian Chappell criticized the work of the ICC
Ex-Australian national club player Ian Chappell criticized the work of the ICC, saying that people who determine the development of cricket around the world have become hostages of money. Chappell believes that modern cricket is increasingly becoming a simple business.
“Cricket should remain a show. You can’t make this beautiful game a simple business. Every year the players’ heads get more and more clogged with various financial issues, although they [the players] need to think, first of all, about a beautiful game. This is the fault of the International Cricket Council — its members should think more about how to improve conditions for fans of the game around the world,” Yang said.
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Ian Chappell commented on the increase in T20 format leagues
Ian Chappell commented on the increase in T20 format leagues across the planet. An expert from Australia believes that it is impossible to allow one style of play to dominate — Chappell noted that cricket should be diverse.
“We need to provide the public with a variety of styles so that fans have a choice. The players should speak their opinion in this matter — they themselves need to determine in what format they can show their best cricket,” Yang added.