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Former Cricket West Indies boss Dave Cameron joins race for ICC chairman's post

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30 Jun 2020 13:29 - 30 Jun 2020 13:29 #382602 by chairman
Former Cricket West Indies (CWI) chief Dave Cameron has entered the race to succeed India’s Shashank Manohar as the next ICC chairman. The United States Cricket Hall of Fame recently recommended Cameron to the top post of the ICC.



Cameron is of the view that ICC needs to find a sustainable financial model where teams can earn on the basis of merit. The former CWI president has an interesting take on the sharing of revenues.

"I believe we need to find a sustainable financial model where teams can earn through merit," Cameron, who served as CWI president from 2013 to 2019, was quoted as saying by 'Jamaica Gleaner'.

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30 Jun 2020 14:53 #382608 by chairman
If Skerrit didn't borrow money from England do you think WI players would be in England during the pandemic?

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06 Jul 2020 14:59 #382685 by chairman
If CWI foolishly allow the opportunity to put a West Indian at the head of World cricket then we deserve all the 'licks' that will inevitably follow....I appeal to all right thinking West Indian people to put aside their insular thinking and support Dave Cameron....Forward Together Backward Never!!!...One Nation, One People, One Destiny... What say ye?....Speak now or forever hold your peace.

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