LAHORE Former Pakistan captain Javed Miandad is not surprised by the mess the IPL finds itself in and wants the International Cricket Council to 'supervise its organisation in future. Miandad was quoted by an Indian website that keeping in mind the huge stakes involved in the so called domestic event of the BCCI, the world governing body of the game must intervene. The argument that the IPL is a domestic event does not work. The IPL has too much foreign participation and interest at stake. The ICC must supervise its organization from now on, he said. Miandad, who is a director general in the PCB, said that he was not surprised at the turn of events in the IPL or the suspension of its commissioner Lalit Modi. It is not surprising because when you allow a private enterprise to deal directly with players bypassing the boards, trouble is bound to come your way. I have been saying from day one that the ICC cant allow any Board to operate such private enterprises without a proper system, Miandad said. He contended that by allowing the IPL to deal directly with players, a wrong trend was set. The former Pakistan captain and coach said a lot of hype was created around the IPL but realistically speaking, it did nothing for the betterment of cricket. Already there is so much T20 international cricket being played these days. Why should we have the IPL and one week later the World Cup? he said. No Pakistani player participated in the just concluded IPL-III as no franchise bid for them at the auction. As many as 11 players, including Pakistans T20 captain Shahid Afridi, were part of the auction but went unsold.