Sunday, September 2, 2007

Rivalship and emulation render excellency

‘Competition will unlock hidden value’

In their purest and simplest form, the issues and controversies surrounding the Indian Cricket League (ICL) are typical of those engendered by the prospective end of any monopoly, says Nandan Kamath, Director, GoSports ( http://www.gosports.in/), a Bangalore-based career management and advisory firm for sportspersons.
Kamath, a graduate of the National Law School (Bangalore), the University of Oxford (on a Rhodes Scholarship), and Harvard Law School, has represented India and captained Karnataka in cricket at the junior level.
In a recent e-mail interaction with BrandLine, he demystifies many a question about the current situation involving the BCCI (Board of Control for Cricket in India) and ICL.

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