BCCI doesn’t need to play with Pakistan : Boycott


BCCI (Board of Control for Cricket in India) is the Indian governing body that concerns Indian Cricket. The board is formed in December 1928, that is registered under the Tamil Nadu Societies Registration Act. It is one the affluent sports community in the world.

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At earlier, when Indo-Pak cricket ties have turned into an argument between both the countries, previous England captain Geoffrey Boycott put forth an incendiary statement by saying that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) needn’t bother with Pakistan. 

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As indicated by the International Cricket Council (ICC) calendar, India were bound to play a full bilateral series with Pakistan in December, yet BCCI will most likely consent to a shorter limited overs series in an “unbiased” place that is known for their decision. Pakistan usually play their “home” matches in the UAE.

“Because of the strength of the Indian economy, the population and interest levels for the game, the BCCI makes a lot of money. Everyone wants to play India because they themselves will make a lot of money through advertising. However the BCCI doesn’t need Pakistan,” Boycott told PakPassion.net.


India have blamed Pakistan for cross border terrorism. BCCI secretary and BJP MP Anurag Thakur, had completely turned down a series with Pakistan yet India’s disposition changed after Shashank Manohar got to be Board chief in October.

Manohar is avid to respect India’s dedication to the ICC and identifies with PCB executive Shahryar Khan in Dubai this weekend to restore the series. Both Boards have drawn closer their particular governments.



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