Srinivasan at a recent meeting (picture: Google)
It is a devastating prospect to even contemplate; those “running the game” (think
ICC, BCCI etc) have their wallets lined, yet “behind the scenes” it is chaotic. Corruption investigations galore, everywhere you turn.
These top dogs try – and fail – to hide the problems they say are not there, but to the smart fans out there today, everything is in plain sight.
Continue reading Cricket: Administrators are like great whites without the water
IPL 2014 is taking over the cricket fixture for two months (picture: Informal Sports)
Trying to work international cricket around domestic – and vice versa – does not really work. Why?
For starters, too many matches are crammed within timeframes which leaves players fatigued – and next, they’re jumping to another country for the next tour. International teams rarely come home.
Continue reading Cricket: Scheduling squeezes all too apparent among the chaos