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Sourav Ganguly "Fit To Lead" ICC, Says Former Pakistan Spinner Danish Kaneria

  • 08 Jun 2020 09:53:19

Sourav Ganguly "Fit To Lead" ICC, Says Former Pakistan Spinner Danish Kaneria Danish Kaneria said that Sourav Ganguly would be fit to lead the ICC and included that there is no purpose behind separate cricket sheets to not bolster the previous India skipper.

Previous Pakistan spinner Danish Kaneria on Sunday said that Sourav Ganguly would be fit to lead the International Cricket Council (ICC), and included there is no explanation behind separate cricket sheets to not bolster Ganguly on the off chance that he needs to hold the post. In a collaboration with ANI, the previous spinner said Ganguly has all the characteristics of driving the ICC as he has been a presumed cricketer and recognizes what a player experiences throughout his life.

"I additionally feel that it would be extremely useful if Sourav Ganguly proceeds to lead ICC, it will help cricket and the players as a presumed cricketer will hold such a major post, he has played proficient cricket, he has driven the Indian side and he has likewise held a managerial post in the Cricket Association of Bengal," Kaneria told ANI.

"It relies upon the entirety of the sheets whether they need to help Ganguly or not, on the off chance that different sheets support Ganguly and PCB doesn't, at that point likewise Ganguly would have the greatest number of votes, as a cricketer Ganguly is fit to lead the ICC, he had driven the Indian side so well and he has earned a name for himself, so I don't perceive any purpose behind sheets not supporting Ganguly," he included.

Ganguly had become the leader of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) a year ago, however hypothesis kept on ascending over the previous captain heading the ICC.

"He is right now the leader of the BCCI, he knows all through everything, he realizes what players need to manage and he knows about what cricket needs, he recognizes what bolster should be given to relate countries, players would have the option to advance their point before Ganguly," Kaneria said.

In May this year, Cricket South Africa's (CSA) chief of cricket Graeme Smith had supported Ganguly to lead the ICC taking a gander at the present situation.

"Presently it is considerably progressively essential to have somebody in a job who can give initiative who comprehends and can explore the difficulties in the game today. I think post-COVID with the things that are going to come our way, to have solid administration is significant. I feel that somebody like Sourav Ganguly is best situated for that right now," sport24.co.za had cited Smith as saying.

"I realize him well, I played against him various occasions and worked with him as a chairman and in TV. I feel that he has the validity, the initiative abilities, and is somebody that can truly take the game forward and I imagine that, more than anything, that is required right now at an ICC level," he included.

ICC's decisions are scheduled to be held in July this year and current executive Shashank Manohar has just explained that he isn't looking for a residency expansion.

Ganguly was uncommon in making India play its first day-night Test a year ago.

India had played its debut day-night Test against Bangladesh at the Eden Gardens a year ago.