The Committee of Administrators (COA) is making sure that cricket and cricketers remain their top priority. After ensuring that former cricketers gave away the awards at the BCCI night in Bangalore on Wednesday, and seeking a report from India coach Anil Kumble on players’ contract, the COA has decided to revive radio commentary for India matches.
The matter was first discussed in the February
There has been no radio commentary for India matches for the last two home seasons.
There is a standoff between the BCCI and the All India Radio over revenue sharing.
The COA has decided to maintain the ban slapped by the BCCI disciplinary committee on S Sreesanth.
IPL to go ahead
BCCI source rubbished reports that IPL-10 was in danger with several state associations wanting the Indian board to clear funds to stage matches as per the agreement.
“The COA is going by the norms which clearly state that the franchise pays the host association the agreed fee before the IPL begins, while the BCCI has to pay
Five talent scouts
The BCCI source also revealed that the COA will appoint five talent scouts (one for each zone) who will assist the
Saurashtra blasts BCCI
The Saurashtra Cricket Association has written a letter to BCCI joint secretary Amitabh Chaudhary to launch an inquiry into the Deloitte report leak.
New constitution by March 17
BCCI sources said the COA is confident of finalising the new draft of the constitution as per the Lodha Committee report by March