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Suspend IPL pending clean-up - former BCCI chief

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March 26, 2014

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Shashank Manohar at a press conference after the IPL governing council meeting, Mumbai, April 26, 2010
Shashank Manohar: 'All IPL matches should be investigated' © AFP


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Shashank Manohar, the former BCCI president, has called for the IPL to be suspended "until the faith of the people in the integrity of the game is restored". Manohar - who was succeeded as president by N Srinivasan - has also called for all IPL matches to be investigated, and voiced his concern over the decision to stage part of the 2014 IPL in the UAE, which, he says, "will further tarnish the already murky waters surrounding the tournament".

"The Supreme Courts observation is that there are very, very serious allegations made in the report and unless the BCCI president steps down, no fair probe can be conducted," Manohar said in a statement. "I had said long back, when the scandal broke, that all IPL matches should be investigated. I feel that a thorough probe needs to be done by CBI as the canvas of the activities extends throughout the country.

"In view of the serious allegations, regarding betting, spot-fixing and match-fixing, the public at large has lost it's faith in IPL games.

"Considering the latest developments in the BCCI, it is my considered opinion that until the faith of the people in the integrity of the game is restored, the IPL tournament for the year 2014 should be suspended. As regards suspending IPL 2014, the board members should remind themselves that money/profits is neither the aim nor the objective of the board. The primary duty is to promote a clean game of cricket.

"Many years back, a conscious decision was taken by the BCCI to abstain from matches in the Middle East in view of certain information regarding rampant betting and match-fixing. As far as I know, that decision has not been revoked. Due to the upcoming Lok Sabha [India's lower house of Parliament] elections, the decision to shift IPL matches to the Middle East will further tarnish the already murky waters surrounding the tournament. I had already said earlier that all IPL matches should first be investigated and only then can all the erring parties be punished and the clean-up initiated. What has been lately revealed could well be the tip of the iceberg.

"Cricket is the most popular game in India and enjoys a dedicated viewership of millions. This viewership is what generates income and fuels BCCI's clout on an international level. If the faith of the public is not restored, the BCCI would be failing the public which has catapulted it to being the most influential player on the international scene."

Manohar's statements came a day after the Supreme Court of India recommended that Srinivasan quit his role as BCCI president, as the first move towards a fair investigation of the IPL corruption saga. The court had given Srinivasan two days to make his decision, before it resumes hearing the case on Thursday.

IS Bindra, another former BCCI president, also came out strongly against Srinivasan. "It is a moment of shame for us to see the game gaining such disrepute across the globe for a single man's obsession with power," Bindra wrote on his personal website. He expressed displeasure at the BCCI's "top brass" remaining silent on the scathing observations made by the two-judge bench of the Supreme Court on Tuesday. "What surprises me even more is the fact that there has been no murmur from the top brass in the BCCI," Bindra said. "Yes, there have been statements from the BCCI vice-presidents but they are too open-ended."

Like Manohar, Bindra, too, questioned the scheduling of IPL matches in Sharjah, a venue he described as "the hotbed of fixing" and the "epicenter of nefarious activities" in cricket. He also agreed with Manohar's suggestion that the this season of the IPL need be cancelled. "With so many doubts and questions around the tournament's integrity, the players and officials' integrity, it is better to not have the tournament this year," Bindra said.

Sharad Pawar, another former BCCI president, echoed the others' views. "The prevailing standoff has tarnished the image of Indian cricket," he said. "The BCCI's image was clean during mine and Shashank's regime. Even at the international arena, Indian cricket was well respected."

Niranjan Shah, a former BCCI secretary, said that it was for the administrators to put the game ahead of selfish interests. "This is the time for all the board members to get united for the sake of Indian cricket. It is time to try and save the face of the BCCI before more damage is done," Shah told ESPNcricinfo.

Another former secretary, who wished to remain anonymous, said regardless of the decision Srinivasan takes, it was important to ensure that the game remained clean. "It is again an opportunity for the BCCI to clean everything," he said. "Everybody knows the wrong things that have happened. They should ensure that nothing like this is repeated. A lot of fans, who are genuine cricket lovers, are suffering. It is the duty of the BCCI to see that steps are taken to ensure wrong things are not repeated."

Srinivasan is believed to be exploring his legal options before the court reconvenes on Thursday.

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Posted by Samar_Singh on (March 27, 2014, 9:36 GMT)

@Ashik Sali : ICC can scarp the National cricket board leave alone domestic tournaments organised by them, if the domestic(National) cricket board is not acting properly or against ICC rules, laws, code of conducts etc. But for sure ICC cannot intervene BCCI. But the case here might be different and beyond ICC. If ICC had the guts how come there be a "Strategic Time out" in IPL which is not recognized by any ICC rules of T20. Reverse BCCI it will be ICC-B Lol :-)

Posted by WeeBee on (March 27, 2014, 9:08 GMT)

Well! If you really want to clean this thing up , you need to look at the bigger picture & start cleaning indian cricket from bottom to top or vice versa. Beacuse if the Head of some Organization is involved in something, then credibility of the particular organization is always on stake. It starts losing its faith in people mind. And this is the game of fans, die hearted fans.

Posted by Maverick2 on (March 27, 2014, 8:27 GMT)

Eventhough IPL is not a brain child of BCCI, it is a flagship of indian cricket right now. Its effect transcends beyond the cricket. now almost every sports in india have a league. IPL made the industry and sponsors to invest in other sports as well. It changed the indian metality to accept sports as professional career. scarping IPL is a huge loss not only for indian cricket, but also for other sports and aspiring youngsters. Ex bcci officials right from Modi to manhoar when in power said IPL go go after vacating the office says IPL No No. It the same indian politics where Exs will never retire and wait for an opportunity to take a dig at the current one. Let BCCI offical play their power games leaving the IPL intact

Posted by srini.n on (March 27, 2014, 7:49 GMT)

People like Shashank Manohar, Lalit Modi etc. were an integral part of the IPL till 2010. There were enough controversies and a mess even at that time, but they never bothered to clean it up when they had a chance to (or maybe they did not want to ?). Now when they are out of the BCCI and IPL, they sit and pontificate about all the wrong doing and take pot shots at Srinivasan. I hold no brief for Srinivasan nor am I interested in his continuance/ non continuance at the helm of affairs, but we are definitely better off without the likes of Manohar and Modi

Posted by   on (March 27, 2014, 7:12 GMT)

@ No_1_again: ICC has nothing to do with IPL. IPL is a domestic tournament and ICC cannot intervene in domestic affairs.

Posted by android_user on (March 27, 2014, 6:59 GMT)

the best ipl to date was the one in South Africa. Have it there again

Posted by Iceman29 on (March 27, 2014, 5:46 GMT)

@doc.qadeer: its a good question buddy...As a president of the most powerful cricket board he has done good for world cricket by imposing new ideas to gain revenues and help other cricket boards...but as far as Indian fans are concerned he is doing nothing to improve Indian cricket or improve the infrastructures in India even with all that money BCCI his tenure Indian cricket has suffered and it is affecting the team very much, we can very well see the result of it by all the whitewashes India has faced is not because of the lack of talent its because talented people are not given chances....

Posted by android_user on (March 27, 2014, 5:44 GMT)

@doc qadir BCCI was rich right from period of Dalmiya...all he has done is that he has let us down on international arena...he is too much stubborn and personally I feel INDIA can offer lot much more to other cricketing nations..other than money.. BCCI will be rich regardless of him...its fans and broadcast rights that make it should be used for grooming cricket. .not for its destruction

Posted by No_1_again on (March 27, 2014, 4:55 GMT)

Does ICC has the same guts as IOC?

Posted by cricket0580 on (March 27, 2014, 4:02 GMT)

Sashank Manohar is spot on with his advice. BCCI decision making in regards to its management personnel is also very poor. BCCI should have proactively worked with Supreme Court and then the board should have made the decision to fire Srinivasan. They slap life bans on people like Shreesanth (without waiting on the verdict of Delhi High Court) and practice such poor judgement when firing its own management. I believe the board should be changed too for just poor practices in decision making and Governance.

Posted by   on (March 27, 2014, 3:51 GMT)

The best thing that can happen to cricket is to suspend all forms of games that concentrate only on money big time. Of course that does not mean players should not get paid. But this should not become the avenue to make millionaires as that is the problem now specially with the administrators. Cleanliness is next to godliness, but sadly the game today is not clean at all. Nothing wrong in players getting good pay but they too should not become too greedy. Money is the root cause of all evil and cricket too has gone that way.

Posted by   on (March 27, 2014, 3:27 GMT)

To improve and restore the prestige of Cricket game all the stones should be turned upside down.....but first look at the corruption in all the Departments and Ministries as well as the leaders of Indian Political Community first. Cricket can follow. It is better to lose faith in Cricket but not the Government. Lets START with the Government first.

Posted by   on (March 27, 2014, 3:12 GMT)

No, please don't kill the IPL!! It's going to be a long boring summer if you do.

Posted by Makkumatr on (March 27, 2014, 3:05 GMT)

When it comes to IPL, we need to realize the purpose of the 3 hour game. It is to entertain and only that. Fans care more about thrilling finishes and exciting matches rather than whether they are fixed or genuine. As long as the viewer doesn't know the outcome before hand, it is perfectly fine IMO.

Posted by   on (March 27, 2014, 2:40 GMT)

When a domestic appliance(e.g. AC) has to be repaired,iot is not used till it is repaired.Suspend the IPL till the investigations are over.Then it will give greater delight to its viewers.l

Posted by android_user on (March 27, 2014, 1:57 GMT)

If Srinivasan Fired from BCCI chief Then Moraly Hi His no Right to be the Head of ICC This is so Shamfull that and heart broken that with All these think no one is Suffering But Only Cricket

Posted by doc.qadeer on (March 27, 2014, 1:30 GMT)

i dont know why my indian neighbours are angry over their cricket board chief....i think it was he(srinavasan)who made indian cricket soooo much rich ... plz give him respect...he is wrong r right...thats for other for as indian is consern..he has done more than good ... we people dislike him, thats acceptable...but why u (indians) are criticizing him ... comment from pakistan

Posted by BHARATLIFE on (March 27, 2014, 1:27 GMT)

Scrapped!!!!! That is a reasonable but a bit harsh, on the Franchises, Players alike, the amount of money that went through. if they decide to scrap to ensure that the franchises, get their money back and have a fresh auction again next year. We had 2000 Cronje Saga, 2010 Spot Fixing. and then in 2013 Spot Fixing, what a shame. I mean cricket has already lost its tarnish, there is not much use to fret over spilled milk.

Posted by electric_loco_WAP4 on (March 27, 2014, 0:24 GMT)

@rohanblue- Sure govt. earns 300 cr. from IPL but at same time spends same amount giving security and electric supply to league. Apart from free transport to public to stadiums on match days. Net effect- balanced ledgr. No gain ,no loss.

Posted by   on (March 27, 2014, 0:10 GMT)

ESPN cricinfo - what makes you think that you are the authority on cricket? I say this because a lot of your editors including Sharda Ugra have been anti IPL from the day it started. Does IPL affect test cricket negatively? -yes, is the IPL clean? - No. Instead of taking an overall anti-IPL stance, can we please think about how to clean it up? Its important for you to call out how remarks such as the one made by Manohar to suspend the IPL make no sense. Every aspect of our bureaucracy is corrupt, but we don't call for suspension but fight corruption. I love test cricket, would watch it all day if I could. I also enjoy the IPL like millions around the world. Cricket is evolving to keep up with its audience, you should too!

Posted by   on (March 27, 2014, 0:07 GMT)

why don't suspend indian government ,they got lot corruption charges ? why ipl ?,cricket is only thing in india that ppl enjoy.

Posted by Ozizim on (March 27, 2014, 0:00 GMT)

The show must go on. Sour grapes much from these ex leaders of BCCI? IPL is good for the players, fans and the economy of India (and others). Cut the rubbish out of the game, which won't happen overnight, and play a clean game that it should be.

Posted by chak-day on (March 26, 2014, 23:15 GMT)

Test case for India, All involved should be exposed, stripped, punished and made an example. This business of corruption should finish one for all. We are sick of listening it in ICL, IPL. Already few exposed.

Posted by GrindAR on (March 26, 2014, 22:29 GMT)

to add to t20 arsenals.. the spectacular fielding, batting and bowling displays were witnessed 10 folds in the t20s than the whole cricket world have seen in other formats all put together the full history of the game.

Posted by android_user on (March 26, 2014, 21:36 GMT)

cancel 2014 and get y'all act together plz. we love IPL but not with corruption.

Posted by Tansar on (March 26, 2014, 20:20 GMT)

This is funny because an Indian is asking to suspend IPL once people's faith is restored.

How would you even know if the faith is restored? Or just make a decision just like they did about Big 3?

Posted by   on (March 26, 2014, 20:15 GMT)

People who say test cricket is the do you get 5 days to watch cricket? I barely get time to watch 20/20 match unless \

Posted by glen1 on (March 26, 2014, 19:37 GMT)

This idea of punishment, retribution etc is not the way forward. Things need to be cleaned up from now on and the best guys to clean up are the guys running it now. IPL is too entrenched in the entertainment psyche, and I doubt if anyone took IPL seriously till now; it was sher entertainment. Seriously, does anyone watch Bollywood movies thinking they have any correlation with reality??

Posted by bhushanB on (March 26, 2014, 19:29 GMT)

Just my ignorance... may be he voiced his opinions even when he was in office.... but why do only FORMER chiefs or ousted

leaders express their concerns when they are out of office?

Why does not BCCI member voice their opinion when in office...

ooh I think I know... looking at what happened to Amarnath....

Posted by Cpt.Meanster on (March 26, 2014, 19:11 GMT)

I see there are a lot of test cricket cheerleaders here. Well you know what friends, the IPL is NOT going anywhere. It won't even be suspended as Mr. Manohar suggests. Yes, there will be clean up done once this season is over. CSK and RR would most likely be transferred to new owners because both of those teams have so many devoted followers around the world. I am sure the BCCI will give in to an independent probe following this season and put in place the right instruments to stop corruption, betting and spot fixing. I watch a lot of Indian national TV and from what I know, the Supreme Court of India has not asked for the IPL to be held off. This also includes the proposals on the Mudgal report. The IPL is in fact is seen as a worthy cricket tournament that is beneficial to players, officials and fans in terms of wealth and entertainment. The only things needed are transparency, accountability and third party monitoring. All of this will come to fruition in the near future.

Posted by   on (March 26, 2014, 18:50 GMT)

As a Srilankan Aussie, I have beena cricket lover of world cricket for 50 years and shud know what I am talking. There is no smoke without fire. If so many are saying that Srinivasan shud step down , why is he still clinging to his job. WE all have a common failing that we do no wrong. We see the mole in anothers eye , not in ours. In so many matters, the views of the majority of fans tend to be correct . At least the Supreme Court has come out against the BCCI something if happening in SL will see impeachment. Ranjan Rodrigo

Posted by slazenger on (March 26, 2014, 18:49 GMT)

Clean Indian cricket is good for world cricket. Since the future of cricket administration will be handled by Big 3, India is a major player in the ICC I think whoever taking decisions should have clean hands.

Posted by xylo on (March 26, 2014, 18:32 GMT)

Who would have thought that a tournament with politicians, cine stars and business tycoons with scantily clad women and free flowing alcohol could run into issues?

Posted by   on (March 26, 2014, 17:11 GMT)

Punish the guilty. Quickly..That's all..Why cricket should be stopped? What wrong an average fan has done? Show must go on please...

Posted by electric_waco_WAP4 on (March 26, 2014, 17:07 GMT)

People who say test cricket is the do you get 5 days to watch cricket? I barely get time to watch 20/20 match unless it is on a weekend. You guys are very lucky. Enjoy

Posted by   on (March 26, 2014, 16:25 GMT)

@hadncs - and what is cricket culture ? Test Cricket ? It's boring. I enjoy 20/20 cricket. :-) and I think Test Cricket should be replaced with ODI & 20/20 only.

Posted by Sunil_Canada on (March 26, 2014, 16:11 GMT)

Totally disagree to suspend IPL, clean-up and start a fresh HONEST IPL. There will be dishonest people everywhere and they will always be there whatever you do. The only thing you do is to take quick and harsh action to reduce such things. I purposely said "Reduce" as you can never eliminate. They are a part and parcel of life. IPL is there to stay and in order to make cricket popular, there should be bigger IPL in the similar stature as European Football League and North American CFL, NHL, NBA etc. It takes years for a league like IPL to mature. Long live IPL!

Posted by sysubrceq0 on (March 26, 2014, 15:59 GMT)

Guilty will be punished soon but the SHOW MUST GO ON....

Posted by StevieS on (March 26, 2014, 15:51 GMT)

hadncs "only benifited the indians", no it benefits our cricket (New Zealand) and other poor cricketing countries. Now young players can choose cricket over rugby as they are now able to make money.

Posted by rohanblue on (March 26, 2014, 15:36 GMT)

all those indians who wants ipl to shut stop, they should understand that our goverment earns over 300 cr from every edition of IPL, since we r not very rich country, its a great tournament for our economy, if the ICC, the participating players from all over the world, BCCI has no problem, we will continue to enjoy and watch IPL every year, IPL is for indians, hardly anyone outside india watches it, so it should not be a big deal, let the haters hate, their opinion should nt matter to us......

Posted by Presynaras on (March 26, 2014, 15:20 GMT)

Is it possible to transfer CSK and RR to new owners in the next couple weeks? As a Chennai fan, I want my team and coaching staff intact. If the two franchises are suspended and the team members are re-auctioned and sent to other franchises, both Chennai and Rajasthan wouldn't have a proper team for the next three years, with almost all major players already bought by other teams and the next couple year's auctions wouldn't have too many big players. So Chennai and Rajasthan fans wouldn't have a team for not just 2014 but for the coming three years as well. Even after that, if Dhoni or Watson goes to other franchises, they would retain them and never send the players back to auction. I couldn't imagine a Chennai IPL team without Dhoni and Raina. Hope BCCI keeps the team and coaches intact and transfers them to a new owner, like the Deccan Chargers became Sunrisers Hyderabad. Also it would be better if the team names remained the same.

Posted by hadncs on (March 26, 2014, 15:17 GMT)

if IPL must not suspend, it must eliminate for ever from the destroyed the the culture of the cricket and badly influenced for lots of other countries...only benifited the indians....t20 is not only the cricket its a simple part....everyone must believe it...

Posted by electric_waco_WAP4 on (March 26, 2014, 15:17 GMT)

All of you guys who are saying shut the IPL, have other reasons which you do not want to disclose...but just piling on Manohar's view point because it furthers your reasons/cause whatever it might be

Posted by   on (March 26, 2014, 15:16 GMT)

No. IPL should be there.In 80s people used to try to run behind to play in county matches.Every county to have two foreign players. When somebody in Indian cricket approached by any county, that will be biggest news in the next day heading news.

That time, I used to think when this will change. when foreign players rushed to India to play in India. After long time IPL has come. Every foreign player wants to play in IPL atleast one season.

The people who are hating this due to jealous and they are meagre. See the crowds in stadium. See the younger players coming out and getting the appreciation.

Show must go on. IPL should be there.

Posted by Kashi0127 on (March 26, 2014, 15:08 GMT)

I too disagree with Manohar. But also disagree with @BigINDFan . Don't just suspend IPL. Ban IPL. IPL has done so much harm to cricket as a spot, it takes great deal of time for recovery.

Posted by wolf777 on (March 26, 2014, 15:07 GMT)

IPL needs to be governed the same way as NFL, NBA & MLB. These organizations have gone through lots of grwoing pain. Learn from theri example.

Posted by BigINDFan on (March 26, 2014, 14:27 GMT)

Disagree with Manohar about suspending IPL but agree about clean up required. A few changes have to be made to IPL:

1. IPL governing council should be independent of BCCI and should have former players to restore focus on cricket and not money.

2. Form an anti-corruption unit for IPL who are empowered to test and investigate at any time. Olympics tests players for drugs etc and ICC has anti-corruption units for cricket. But IPL needs it own body given the high profile nature of it.

3. Introduce the concept of rotation of players in the XI like Basketball. This means captains go with a strategy but not predictable team members or outcome.

4. Every year players will be rotated across franchises including captains so that there is no retention concept. Auction should only focus on overseas players not India or domestic players.

The above will drastically reduce corruption but with time it will be eliminated.

Posted by Nutcutlet on (March 26, 2014, 14:25 GMT)

@Prince458: none of your points is really about the long term good of cricket. They are points that an unscupulous and pragmatic economist who cares nothing about the game might make. I might add that your idea of a 'sporting thing' is not subject to much scrutiny. Ask yourself what you mean by 'sporting', please. To me it means a contest in which one team pits its skills and collective temperament against another. Neither team has an additional and hidden agenda to deliver a set number of runs in a given number of overs in order to pick up a brown envelope, for instance. I would suggest that your views are nothing to do with anything sporting. Please compare your comment to that of@srnbirdi. That is a proper stance to take for a fan of a clean IPL.

Posted by Green_and_Gold on (March 26, 2014, 14:10 GMT)

Reports will be written and recommendation will be made but nothing will change.

Posted by Prince458 on (March 26, 2014, 13:58 GMT)

No, IPL should NOT be suspended. Reasons: 1. IPL is good for the economy. 2. IPL gives people entertainment. It is fun to watch. 3. IPL gives cricketers good income. 4. IPL is the greatest sporting thing India has ever created and gives us pride. 5. IPL is great for future of cricket. 20/20 & league games are the future of cricket. 6. and much more.....

Posted by   on (March 26, 2014, 13:50 GMT)

there are still a few good men remaining in Indian Cricket......respect Mr Shashank Manohar

Posted by IndianCoolGuy on (March 26, 2014, 13:24 GMT)

Great decision, but needs to keep the same intention through the investigation period. Should not leave any player even if he is an Icon player. Lets see,..

Posted by   on (March 26, 2014, 13:14 GMT)

even if the Investigation finds out the people in the scam what is the use. unless that money is brought into BCCI and spent for development of the game these investigations are further waste of money and time. they should only strengthen the controls.

Posted by abcd2amit on (March 26, 2014, 13:09 GMT)

yes this is the right thing that they are doing now ..... it should be done before coming ENG & AUS tour.........:)

Posted by AtulMore on (March 26, 2014, 12:48 GMT)

Completely agree with Shamieshane.

Posted by snbirdi on (March 26, 2014, 12:47 GMT)

I like this. I love the IPL and the aggression and confidence it has given Indian players for the T20 game, but bottom line is that if it's going to compromise the game's integrity, it should be put aside until cleaned up. Well said Mr. Manohar.

Posted by naadnat on (March 26, 2014, 12:38 GMT)

suspend ipl for 1 season.let the largest democracy in the world especially the youth concentrate on national would also be nice rest for indian team before all important england tour.

Posted by BoonBoom on (March 26, 2014, 12:31 GMT)

The problem here is that IPL is far above the faith of the people in the integrity of the this can not be stopped!!

Posted by shamieshane on (March 26, 2014, 12:26 GMT)

Shashank's thoughts and word reflects what every true indian cricket lover feels at the moment now. Thanks for stepping up and reflecting out voice Shahank.

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