#1 disparaging remark to CSA is frankly nonsense and von corse178 23.04.2019 08:23

Cricket South Africa has taken strong exception to a comment made by ICC chief executive David Richardson during his recent visit to Sri Lanka, where he said the Big-Three takeover of the ICC in 2014 was partly due to the inability of CSA - among other boards - to stand up to India, England and Australia.If he is indeed correctly quoted, his remarks come as a complete shock to us, CSA chief executive, Haroon Lorgat said in a statement. For someone who was actually party to the 2014 resolutions to now make such a disparaging remark to CSA is frankly nonsense and insulting to us.The CSA Board had from the very outset realised how damaging the original proposals would have been to the global growth of the game and together with Pakistan and Sri Lanka had strongly opposed it. This included CSA making a significant written submission to the ICC Board which had resulted in a number of the original proposals being amended. Thats in fact the reason why we are where we are now. The CSA Board will always stand up for what it believes to be right for the game.While in Sri Lanka, Richardson had said during a press conference: The international game has gone through a period of turbulence, where the governance, the financial model, the playing [of the game] was in turmoil by the resolutions passed by the ICC in 2014 […] what happened in 2014 took place really because unfortunately countries like South Africa, Sri Lanka and New Zealand were not able to stand up to the big boys. I dont think that will happen again.CSA said its president would take up the matter with the ICC chairman Shashank Manohar.In 2014, the ICC had radically restructured its governance and revenue distribution system following a campaign by CA, BCCI and ECB, which led to greater executive and financial clout in the hands of these three boards. The proposals initially caught the other Full Members off-guard and four boards opposed the amendments. 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They also lost forward Zac Dalpe to a knee injury and forward Chris Stewart to illness.On Monday, Minnesota coach Bruce Boudreau led a practice with just 14 healthy skaters, and general manager Chuck Fletcher may need to perform some salary cap gymnastics to have 18 skaters in uniform to face the Sabres.Of course, one Wild player sure to be in uniform is goalie Devan Dubnyk, who is riding a career-best streak of not allowing a goal in three straight starts.Hes healthy, which is great, Boudreau deadpanned on Monday, shortly after it was announced the Dubnyk was the NHLs Second Star of the Week for his 180-minute shutout streak. What can I say? He stopped 94 shots last week.Just as often as hes deflecting pucks these days, Dubnyk is deflecting credit to his teammates for the success.Its the guys in front of me giving me the opportunity to read, said Dubnyk, who blanked the Saabres 4-0 in Buffalo last week.dddddddddddd. 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You dont have a ton a practice time either, its game after game after game, and its time for us to make some hay.Hell no doubt look to forward Kyle Okposo, another former University of Minnesota star who signed with Buffalo over the summer. He is tied for the Sabres points lead, and has eight in his 13 career games versus the Wild. ' ' '

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