Associate Members have been criticized by Aakash Chopra for ‘tokenism

Associate Members have been criticized by Aakash Chopra for being ‘tokenism’ by the International Cricket Council (ICC) and other major cricketing nations. It is like giving a “lollipop to a youngster,” he remarked, to invite countries like Namibia, Scotland, and Oman to World Cups.

If the ICC wants cricket to remain a global sport, Aakash Chopra stated in a video on his YouTube channel, they must provide regular chances for the Associate countries to compete with the test-playing members and progress.. When it comes to expanding the World Cup, “there is usually a lot of clamor about incorporating additional teams”

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However, I am having an issue with this on a basic level… To me, what you are doing is like to giving a youngster a lollipop every now and then when you take them out. In order to do the Associate countries honor and really advance them, do not remember them simply from World Cup to World Cup; it is not Diwali that will occur yearly.. “You will have to perform regularly for them in order to assist them improve.

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