Ashraf warns that ICC shouldn't be guided by money
PCB chief Ashraf says cricket will be ruined if ICC takes money approach in proposed reforms
Associated Press
2014-01-31 11:22 PM

ISLAMABAD (AP) -- Pakistan Cricket Board chief Zaka Ashraf warns the sport will be ruined if, in the proposed changes to the ICC, "we go after money."

Pakistan is among three countries beside Sri Lanka and South Africa which has sought time to consider about the radical changes to the International Cricket Council proposed by the rich boards of India, England and Australia.

Ashraf says he had told ICC members in Dubai this week that "if there's cricket, every board will get the money, but if you go after money, it won't bring in cricket."

The proposed changes give more powers to the big three.

They will be discussed again at the next ICC meeting on Feb. 8.

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