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ICC's revamp plans
Jan 20, 2014: Cricket South Africa has become the first national board to call for the ICC to withdraw the draft proposal that would put power in international cricket in the hands of India, England and Australia
Jan 18, 2014: International cricket's top three seem to be planning a hostile takeover of the game. Do you want to stop them?
Jul 3, 2012: Alan Isaac is only five days into his term as president of ICC but the New Zealander is already thinking of his legacy
Jun 28, 2012: Alan Isaac, the former chairman of New Zealand Cricket, has taken over as ICC president for a two-year term, succeeding Sharad Pawar
Aug 14, 2011: The ICC vice-president Alan Isaac has backed the BCCI's stance on the DRS, claiming he too isn't convinced the technology works "well enough"
New Zealand news
Aug 27, 2010: Chris Moller is New Zealand Cricket's new chairman following Alan Isaac's promotion to the ICC vice-presidency
Aug 10, 2010: The ICC's new vice-president is a man who is careful to think before he speaks and won't shy away from being described as a pragmatist
Aug 9, 2010: The ICC has approved the nomination of Alan Isaac, chairman of New Zealand cricket, as the ICC vice-president, bringing an end to the controversy surrounding the appointment
Indian Premier League
Jul 31, 2010: Alan Isaac, the candidate who replaced John Howard as Australia and New Zealand's nominee for the ICC vice-presidency, has supported the creation of a window in the Future Tour Programme for the IPL
Jul 31, 2010: The Indian board and the ECB have formally endorsed the nomination of Alan Isaac, the chairman of New Zealand Cricket, for the post of ICC vice-president
Jul 24, 2010: Alan Isaac will replace John Howard as the ICC vice-presidency nomination following Cricket Australia's refusal to choose another candidate
New Zealand news
Sep 26, 2008: Alan Isaac has been appointed the new chairman of New Zealand Cricket (NZC), replacing Sir John Anderson, who stepped down earlier this month
What's wrong with their cricket? Well, what isn't?