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Sunil Gavaskar wishes to see Sourav Ganguly as BCCI President as long as World Cup 2023

July 27, 2020

Written By,

Ankit Seth

Sunil Gavaskar has said that he needs Sourav Ganguly in charge of Indian cricket till the 2023 World Cup. Indian cricket legend Sunil Gavaskar feels previous national group chief Sourav Ganguly ought to stay as Board of Control for Cricket in India president till the finish of the 2023 Cricket World Cup.

The Supreme Court of India's choice to delay the becoming aware of a few applications by the BCCI, and a portion of its offshoots has additionally left Indian cricket in an in-between state. Indeed, there are a lot more significant cases than cricket under the watchful eye of the most noteworthy court; in the land yet Indian cricket darlings are restlessly anticipating the choice. This is what Gavaskar wrote in his segment for an interview.

Ganguly came as the BCCI president a year ago and has supported to take Indian cricket to the following level during his residency. The previous Indian skipper has been one of the best commanders of the nation and has imagined taking Indian cricket higher.

Gavaskar has likewise condemned the International Cricket Committee for deferring; the way toward choosing another executive after Shashank Manohar ventured down on July 1. The ICC Board is yet to come out with an unmistakable political race plan.

Also, Gavaskar needs the previous CAB President to remain in charge for at any rate an additional three years.

Ganguly and Shah's board of trustees presently needs to change all that

All the more critically, for what reason is it not happening is the thing that the cricketing scene needs to know. An interval game plan is fine however it’s got the opportunity to be only that break, and it can't extend for a considerable length of time.

Sourav Ganguly will have a major errand close by as the Indian Premier League is set to take in UAE from September. The scratch-off of the World T20 has given IPL a truly necessary window as it begins on September 19.

The BCCI is presently intending to have the IPL in UAE among September and November.

Additionally, the Bengal brought into the world previous player is in-home segregation as COVID was shrunk by his senior sibling. The latest reports recommend that Ganguly has tried negative for the infection; while his sibling Snehasis is recouping from a private clinic in Kolkata.

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Written By,

Ankit Seth