The T20 Global League comprising eight groups was scheduled to be held in South Africa from November 2017 however it was deferred by a 12 months resulting from lack of a broadcast deal and title sponsor.
In June, 2018, the occasion was changed by Mzansi Super League, a league that includes six CSA-owned groups.
“I could not believe what I was hearing when I received the news that the T20 Global League was postponed or cancelled,” Lorgat, who had stepped down in September 2017, was quoted as saying by ‘Times Live’.
“It was such a good thing for cricket in SA and it left me with a feeling of real disappointment.”
Lorgat had “mutually agreed to part ways” with CSA “because of a “breakdown” of their relationship, primarily as a result of dealing with of the T20 Global League.
There had been allegations that Lorgat had undermined the board by withholding crucial monetary info associated to the league.
Lorgat denied the accusations of monetary misinformation and stated he had at all times stored the members knowledgeable.
“There’s documentary proof to that impact. In truth Mr Moroe, (chairman of the GLT20 board), Mr Nenzani, Mr von Zeuner and Mr Khan all served on a sub-committee into which I reported repeatedly,” stated the 60-year-old, who additionally served as ICC CEO between 2008 and 2012.
“As for the T20 Global League, I might be happy to see an unbiased inquiry,” stated Lorgat.
Three months after Lorgat’s departure, CSA board chairperson and president Chris Nenzani had provide you with an announcement saying that no monetary irregularities had been discovered.
“A whole reconciliation of the entire expenditure incurred on the T20GL has been concluded and we will now affirm that every one monies have been adequately accounted for and that we’ve got discovered no irregularities or monetary mismanagement,” Nenzani had stated within the assertion.
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