London, Sep 25 (UNI) Following the Sri Lankan Cricket board's decision to allow their ICL players to play in the domestic tournaments and the Bangladesh fiasco, the ICC president David Morgan has agreed to meet the representatives of the rebel Indian Leauge here.
The ICC said in a statement today that its president David Morgan had agreed to meet ICL representatives here.
However, the dates of meeting are yet to be finalised.
''The ICL had previously written to the ICC requesting its approval and now it has asked for this meeting, to which we have agreed,'' Morgan said.
''All members of the ICC board have been informed of this meeting and I will report back to those directors at the board's next meeting, in Dubai on October 14 and 15,'' he added.
The rebel Indian Cricket League (ICL) has been pressing the ICC unsuccessfully for official recognition of their unsanctioned venture for several months.
Subsequently, they requested a meeting with the ICC, and had even hinted taking legal action if the ICC didn't agree.
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