The International cricket council (ICC) has shown reservations over two franchise owners of the T10 league. According to a British media group, the league’s franchise owner is allegedly involved in money laundering.
ICC has called an important meeting where the head of ICC Anti-corruption unit will be giving the briefing. The meeting will take place in Singapore from tomorrow, while the board meeting will be conducted on Saturday.
Earlier this month, general manager of cricket for the International Cricket Council (ICC) Geoff Allardice, said that among different agendas, sanctioning and regulations of leagues will also be discussed in next week’s meeting.
“One of the things we will be talking about in our meeting next week is around regulations and sanctioning of events and also the release of players (for leagues),” Allardice told media.
According to the sources, one of the league owners have been detained in London in money laundering case.