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Former India cricketer Sanjay Manjrekar has requested the BCCI to reinstate him as a commentator for the upcoming IPL season

July 31, 2020

Written By,

Payel Gosh

Aside from Team India's semi-last annihilation on account of New Zealand; Sanjay Manjrekar's questionable remarks stood out as truly newsworthy during the 2019/20 season. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) at last made a move against the previous India batsman; and dropped him from the discourse board towards the finish of the period.

While the board didn't make an official declaration with respect to it, Manjrekar wasn't a piece of the board; which had ventured out to Dharamsala for the opening ODI against South Africa, which affirmed that he was sacked. The 55-year-old is presently peering toward a rebound to the analysis board for IPL 2020.

According to a report, Manjrekar has kept in touch with the load up and has vowed to 'stick to the rules'. This is his second email to BCCI.

"Respected members of the Apex Council, hope you all keeping well. You are already in receipt of the email I sent to explain my position as commentator. With the IPL dates announced, bcci.tv will pick its commentary panel soon. I will be happy to work as per the guidelines laid by you. After all, we are working on what is essentially your production. Last time may be there was not enough clarity on this issue. Thanks very much, Regards," he wrote.

He has promised us that he’ll stick to the ‘code of conduct’ for TV commentators,  says BCCI President Sourav Ganguly

Manjrekar welcomed analysis when he called Ravindra Jadeja an 'odds and ends player in a meeting during the 2019 World Cup. The issue drew a lot of consideration after the all-rounder hit back at the cricket master. The two have let bygones be bygones as Jadeja likewise remarked on Manjrekar's tweet not long ago.

During the noteworthy pink-ball Test against Bangladesh a year ago, Manjrekar was condemned when he addressed Harsha Bhogle's qualifications. Bhogle didn't play household cricket; however he is one of the most regarded cricket analysts and is likewise viewed as the voice of Indian cricket.

Presently that Manjrekar has composed the board twice; it is not yet clear whether the BCCI remembers him for the analysis board. The report in TOI likewise includes that Sunil Gavaskar; who turned 71 on July 10, will venture out to UAE for the editorial obligations. The administration has exhorted the senior residents and children; to remain at home in the midst of the progressing coronavirus pandemic.

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Written By,

Payel Gosh