ICC announces Indian winner amid concerns

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WTF is going on here???

Yet one captain, South Africa's Graeme Smith, expressed surprise when he was asked to vote three times, South Africa's top player representative said, indicating initial ballots favouring incumbent May over Sivaramakrishnan may not have been accepted.

Cricket's governing body wouldn't respond in detail to the concerns that May, the former Australia player and current international players' association chief executive, was initially re-elected, only for the commercially dominant Board of Control for Cricket in India to apparently force one or more re-votes to install its candidate.

Tony Irish, a board member of the Federation of International Cricketers' Associations and South Africa's player representative, told The Associated Press that South Africa's Smith was asked to vote three times. Smith chose May each time but other captains may have been asked to change their votes, Irish said.

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nothing new @short-leg, this was expected! $$ and Rupees are talking!! :D

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He he

He he. Ha ha.

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wasnt expecting anything different, Indians have a problem doing things the correct way.

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