The interval director of ICC will be Imran Khwaja until decisions has held for the post. ICC Board on Wednesday took the choice after its ex officeholder Shashank Manohar ventured down.
Khwaja was the previous leader of the Singapore Cricket Association. The Association has selected him as ICC's agent executive in 2017. It was the year after Manohar turned into the worldwide cricket body's debut free director. The agent administrator's position was a piece of the new ICC constitution which happened from 2017. That constitution, drafted by a five-man working gathering which included Khwaja.
Imran Khwaja, who is an attorney by calling, at 64, has been little-heard figure - openly at any rate. He remains, be that as it may, an amazing voice on the ICC Board. And he is a piece of various persuasive councils.
Khwaja accepted a critical job of persuading Manohar to be ICC administrator in 2017. In spite of the fact that he is the administrator of Associates, Khwaja has had a state in huge changes; the ICC did under Manohar's initiative. Including the update of the administration structure, the money model. And making a vote based structure at the ICC board. Where even the littler nations have had a state.
Ganguly, Grave and Khwaja among contenders for next ICC chairman
Khwaja, alongside active ECB director Colin Grave, has been discussed as the leader to supplant Manohar on a full-time premise. Albeit neither wants to challenge open.
Likewise in the reprisal could be Sourav Ganguly, the BCCI president, who got capable after he took part in his initial ICC Board meeting this March. The ICC Director revealed to ESPNcricinfo that Ganguly carried cricketing contentions to Board, where managers have populated. These managers weren’t actively involved in the game in their careers. The BCCI has been well searching for help for Ganguly, notwithstanding the fact that the ex-India chief has not made his goal known in BCCI circles.