ICC no good in handling clashes, says Ian Chappell

Last Updated: Wed, Jul 16, 2014 18:43 hrs

Former Australian captain Ian Chappell feels incidents like the alleged fracas between Ravindra Jadeja and James Anderson in the India-England Test series are increasing because the International Cricket Council (ICC) has not been good enough while deciding on such issues.

England pace spearhead Anderson has been charged for allegedly “abusing and pushing” Jadeja during the first cricket Test at Trent Bridge.

“ICC should block this and start again — they are no good. Probably wasn’t good when I was playing. Tell me when was the last time a decision was made in the best interest of the game of cricket. The decisions are made money wise,” he told PTI in an exclusive interview.

Anderson has been charged under Level three of ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Personnel following a complaint from India team manager Sunil Dev.

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