Cricket's global governing body approved wide-ranging changes last year, effectively placing the 'big three' in charge of the game while promising more revenues for everyone.
The revamp entitled the three powerful nations to permanent seats in the executive committee while former Indian cricket board (BCCI) president Narayanaswami Srinivasan took over as the ICC chairman.
"I don't agree with the three major countries bullying the ICC," said BCCI president Manohar who replaced Srinivasan as the ICC chairman earlier this month.
"That's my personal view because as I have always said, an institution is bigger than individuals," said Manohar who took up the ICC job after BCCI cut short Srinivasan's tenure by withdrawing him.

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