BCCI stands to gain more than Rs 3,600 crore from ICC revamp

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Based on the International Cricket Council's (ICC) approximate revenue model of Rs 15,700 crore ($2.5 billion) between 2015 and 2023, the Indian cricket board (BCCI) stands to gain Rs 3,600 crore if the proposal to make India, England and Australia custodians of the global game comes to pass.

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wooh!!!! that is a hell lot

wooh!!!! that is a hell lot of money.!!!!!! good

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Deepak Bro, if BCCI can get

Deepak Bro, if BCCI can get Rs 3,600 crore in this deal that is very fair as we generate 75 - 80% income. Im with BCCI on this issue, even BCCI can ask for 25% as it make sense.

But other matter like FTP, Tier system should be left independently.

Hearing local news that if ICC draft was not passed then BCCI will plan to send 3rd string Indian team for T20 WC and make change in the financial model in the way that BCCI can send very less income to ICC. Dont know what will happen ? But I think the draft will be passed by ICC as they have no options.

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The money is not the issue.

The money is not the issue. As Sakthivel has said it is the dictating of schedules and abandoning of a fair and equal FTP and the issue on non-relagtion regardless of performance for the big 3 in the event of a two tier test format.

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