After serving in this role for more than eight months on an interim basis, Geoff Allardyce Sunday has been appointed Permanent Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the International Cricket Council (ICC).
In a statement, ICC Chairman Greg Barkley said: “I am delighted that Geoff has agreed to continue to play the role of ICC CEO on a permanent basis. Demonstrated which ended in successful delivery of ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021.
Allardyce expressed satisfaction with his permanent appointment and thanked ICC Chair Greg Barclay, according to an official announcement issued by the ICC.
“The appointment as ICC CEO is a great honor and I would like to thank Greg and the ICC Board for the opportunity to lead this game as we enter an exciting new phase of development. It’s happening, “Allardyce said.
He said his continued focus would be on “doing the right thing for our sport” and “working with members to provide long-term success and sustainability”.
He thanked the ICC staff for their commitment and co-operation over the past eight months and said he was looking forward to continuing to serve cricket with such a talented team.
Allardyce, a former first-class cricketer, has been the ICC’s general manager for eight years, playing cricket and has previously played a similar role in Cricket Australia.
“Geoff has an unparalleled knowledge of the world cricket scene and its stakeholders and has consistently proven that he is committed to working in partnership with our members,” said the ICC Chairman. Is the right person to shape this game for the next decade. Our next round of trade rights.