Zimbabwe suspended by ICC over ‘Political Interference’
LONDON: The International Cricket Council (ICC) have suspended the Zimbabwe Cricket for unnecessary political influence in administration for cricket.
According to ICC release, Zimbabwe will not be able to take part in any ICC events which means their participation in upcoming T20 World Cup Qualifiers in October is in danger.
The chairman of ICC Shashank Manohar said that due to political influence during the elections in Zimbabwe Cricket forced them to put the suspension on them.
“We want to keep cricket political-free hence we decided to put the suspension on them,” Manohar said.
“They breached the ICC’s constitution and we cannot allow it to continue unchecked. We want them to be in accordance with the ICC Constitution,” he added.