London, May 17: Former England captain Tony Greig is of the opinion that India's cricket management is getting too big for its boots and its clout should be curtailed in order to set right a floundering International Cricket Council (ICC).
"Number one, we have got to try and get the ICC right. We have a situation at the moment where the ICC is dominated by India. They tell Zimbabwe, Bangladesh and one or two other countries what to do and they always get the vote," Greig told the 'BBC' in an interview.
Greig added that there is too much cricket being conducted in a calender year and having a separate window for the Indian Premier League (IPL) would be laughable.
"We are playing too much cricket. I would be getting all the countries from the world and saying hey listen, what is this nonsense of giving Indian domestic cricket an open window?