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Current Revenue Sharing Model Completely Broken, India, Australia, England Should Do More: Cricket West Indies CEO

The CEO of Cricket West Indies has raised important questions about the governance of the sport

Cricket West Indies CEO has called the revenue system broken | Courtesy-ICC

Cricket West Indies chief executive Johnny Grave said the big three in world cricket, including India, England and Australia, should do more to save smaller Test playing teams and the revenue-sharing model The ICC’s current status is “completely broken”.

India is the engine of the game accounting for nearly 40% of the ICC’s annual net income, followed by England and Australia, which receive a small share.

Grave was quoted as saying: “The revenue sharing model is completely broken. If we truly want to operate as a cricketing community, we are only as strong as the weakest team and we have to change our mindset about bilateral cricket”. by ESPNcricinfo.

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