ICC will hold interviews of four short-listed candidates in Mumbai on May 6 to select outgoing Lorgat\'s successor.
New Delhi: The ICC's nomination committee, headed by its president Sharad Pawar, will hold interviews of four short-listed candidates in Mumbai on May 6 to choose successor to the outgoing chief executive officer Haroon Lorgat.
England and Wales Cricket Board's chief executive officer David Collier and ICC's general manager of cricket Dave Richardson are among the four short-listed candidates picked by the global executive head-hunting company Egon Zehnder, according to a website.
The chosen candidate will be recommended to the ICC executive board at the annual conference, to be held at the end of June in Kuala Lumpur, before making his name public. Besides Pawar, the interview panel will have ICC vice-president Alan Issac, West Indies Cricket Board president Julian Hunte, Cricket Scotland chairman Keith Oliver, BCCI president N Srinivasan and ECB chief Giles Clarke.