Will Richardson Re-Locate?

May 22, 2012 at 3:09 pm Leave a comment

Cricket fans across the globe are happy that former South African Dave Richardson is the new CEO of the ICC. Having stepped up after ten years as the ICC’s General manager he will understand the workings of the organisation as well as the politics. Richardson is also a former lawyer so will have no doubts as to the procedural side of running Cricket needs to be above suspicion.

Many have questioned the reasoning behind the ICC being based in Dubai and currently located in the middle of a dusty building site which one scribe described as “an outbuilding on a forgotten industrial estate.” It will be interesting to see if during his tenure he tries to re-locate Crickets headquarters to a more traditional location, or at least to one where the nation plays Test Cricket.

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