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Tom Harrison resigns as Chief Executive Officer of the ECB Cricket


Tom Harrison, CEO of England and Wales Cricket The council is poised to step down as Claire Connor, former England captain and current managing director of women’s cricket and president of the MCC, lined up as a temporary replacement as months of change top English cricket continue.

Already this year, the men’s national team of England removed or replaced them cricket director, head coachassistant coach and captainwhile the ECB has yet to find a permanent replacement for its chairman, Ian Watmar, who fell behind last October a little over a year in office. Watmar’s temporary replacement, Barry O’Brien, himself resigned last month due to ill health.

“If times are really tough, you need people to take part in this challenge and I’m here to do it. I’ve never been so determined about it. I am not running away from the challenge, ”Harrison said in February. “It was extremely difficult, but I’m not running away because it requires guidance and some consistency in how we get back to where the game can resume after an extremely difficult period both on and off the field.”

Since then, Harrison has been an often controversial figure his appointment in 2014primarily thanks to the introduction of The Hundred, a new competition with limited faces that was played for the first time in 2021. Allegedly due to the commercial success of this competition he and a group of senior executives have to share a £ 2.1 million bonus bank despite a 20% reduction in the organization’s workforce during the pandemic, while last November his speech before the selection committee on digital, cultural, media and sports, which is investigating the game’s reaction to Azim Rafik’s accusations of racism in Yorkshire, was exciting enough to have county leaders discuss a call for its removal.


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