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The International Cricket Council’s cricket committee met at Lord’s last week. And it came up with a list of wholly sensible recommendations, just as you would expect when some good and shrewdly selected cricketing people are gathered together, writes Steve James in the Daily Telegraph.
And the likes of Clive Lloyd, Ian Bishop, Mark Taylor, Gary Kirsten, Ravi Shastri and Tim May certainly fall into that category. As ever, though, the problem will come next month in persuading the mandarins on the ICC’s chief executives’ committee and Board to adopt these proposals.
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