Mumbai, Sep 27 (UNI) The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) which has banned players who took part in the rebel Indian Cricket League (ICL), today said it had no issues with the upcoming meeting between the International Cricket Council (ICC) chief David Morgan and ICL owner Subhash Chandra.
''There's nothing wrong in the meeting. Morgan will give detils of what was discussed at his meeting with Shubash Chandra at the ICC meeting scheduled on October 14 and 15 in Dubai,'' said BCCI president Shashank Manohar just hours after taking over the reins from Sharad Pawar, here today.
Manohar also dismissed reports of the Sri Lankan Board allowing its ICL-aligned players to play in the island nation's domestic cricket by saying it was an internal matter.
''It's an internal matter of Sri Lanka Cricket and we have nothing to do with it,'' he replied curtly to a query on the subject in his first media conference after becoming the BCCI chief.
Manohar also dismissed as ''his private opinion'' BCCI CAO Ratnakar Shetty's statement to a TV channel that the Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA) was going out of its way to oblige Australian cricketers by extending top-class training facilities to the visitors.
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