The new rules of Standoff don’t appear to decrease the income of The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and International Cricket Council (ICC) and now on 7th may 2017 (Sunday) Indian board is going to decide the future of India in Champions trophy 2017.
According to a Reuters report, Indian board is going to have a meeting on this Sunday to discuss on additional revenue offer from ICC and make their next plan of action. Whatever they decided or the meeting result will come, the one thing is for sure that the not sending the Indian National Cricket Team in Champions Trophy 2017 is not going to happen. Also Check: ICC Champions Trophy 2017 Schedule, Fixture, And Timetable
The new revenue model presented by the ICC, in which the Indian revenue share was going to slash from global events in the period of 2015 to 2023. But BCCI officials outvoted that offer by 13-1 votes, last week.
BCCI didn’t announce the squad list for the Champions Trophy 2017, as the new model is going to take the 570 Million Dollars revenue, which they receiving as per the 2014 revenue model is now going to come way down to 293 million dollars.
Shashank Manohar, ICC President and also a Former BCCI Chief has arranged an additional 100 million dollars’ revenue for the Indian Board and the committee is going to discuss the revenue with this additional revenue.
If nothing comes to a conclusion and India didn’t send the team to the 2017 Champions Trophy, it’s going to be a huge loss for the fans and the marketing departments with tv broadcasters are going to face a big loss in money.
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