Malcolm Speed

  • Llyod, Gray and Speed demand withdrawal of ICC revamp plan January 27, 2014

    New Delhi: The opposition to the revamp plan of the ICC piloted by India, Australia and England grew stronger on Sunday with former West Indies captain Clive Llyod and exICC top officials Malcolm Gray and Malcolm Speed joining hands in demanding withdrawal of the controversial proposal. The trio, along with former...
  • Gavaskar will not be asked to step down: ICC chief March 26, 2008

    Mumbai: Any country is free to nominate its candidate for the post of ICC's cricket committee chairman, according to the president Ray Mali. ”Sunil Gavaskar will not be asked to step down but his future as cricket committee head lies with the Executive Board members. The decision will be taken in...
  • Hair's career may be over, says Speed August 27, 2006

    London: International Cricket Council Chief Executive Malcolm Speed said Australian umpire Darrell Hair's international career might be over as a fallout of the Oval Test controversy. Speed said that Hair, unlike in the past when he "survived" many controversies and continued to stand in international matches,...
  • ICC says lawyers told to reveal letter August 26, 2006

    New Delhi: In a dramatic press conference in London, the ICC confirmed that Australian umpire Darrell Hair had asked for $500,000 last Tuesday to resign from the Elite Panel. Hair's offer came after the controversial Oval Test where he penalised Pakistan of ball tampering. Malcolm Speed, the CEO of the ICC,...
  • 'ICC had to reveal Hair's e-mail' August 26, 2006

    London: The ball-tampering controversy took an unexpected turn on Friday with the ICC revealing that umpire Darrell Hair offered to quit in return for $500,000. In an exclusive interview, CNN-IBN's Akanksha Banerjee asked ICC Chief Executive Malcolm Speed for his take and the reason he made Hair's e-mail public. CNN-IBN...
  • Tampering row splits Cricket World August 24, 2006

    New Delhi: The ball tampering row is getting uglier by the day. On the fourth day of the Oval Test against England, umpire Darrell Hair penalised Pakistan five runs and changed the ball implying that Pakistan had tampered with the ball. Inzamam led his team to the dressing room during the...