ICC may ban South African cricket team, know what is the reason


new Delhi: Cricket in South Africa is under crisis, Cricket Board of Cricket South Africa has been suspended by the Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC), the government body. In such a situation, the question of the future of the South African cricket team has been raised.

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According to the ICC rules, no cricket board should interfere with the government of the country, otherwise the ICC can revoke the recognition of any cricket board. When the Government of South Africa has gained control over the cricket board there, the ICC can take tough measures.

Ban has already been imposed
In 1969-70, South Africa had increased their dominance over cricket, this team gave a clean sweep to Australia like that in the series 4–0. However, for the next 22 years, South Africa was banned from joining not only cricket but every sport. The apartheid policy of the government at that time was being severely criticized. After which the Gleneagles Agreement was reached in the year 1977, due to which it was said not to have any sports contract with this country.


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