Upali Dharmadasa says SLC back on track soon

- srilankamirror.com

(Srilankamirror) - Upali Dharmadasa, the main contender for the presidency of Sri Lanka Cricket has said that he was confident of taking the cash-strapped body back on track if he wins the elections on January 03.

He has told BBC Sandeshaya that the main reason for the SLC to be “bankrupt” was the building of new stadiums for the cricket World Cup which was co-hosted by Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and India.

“This is a bit serious situation but the ICC is yet to pay some of the hosting fees and with India’s tour in March so I think by that time things will be settled,” he said.

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