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Personally want Sourav Ganguly to continue as BCCI president till 2023 World Cup: Sunil Gavaskar

  • 26 Jul 2020 15:19:58

Previous India commander Sunil Gavaskar has said BCCI president Sourav Ganguly and his group is fit for resuscitating the BCCI organization.

Previous India commander Sunil Gavaskar is wanting for a long BCCI administration residency for Sourav Ganguly as he as indicated by the previous opener is somebody who has the capacity to resuscitate the BCCI organization.

Sunil Gavaskar has said that Sourav Ganguly was the explanation of Team India's recovery toward the start of the century and his job was critical in lifting the group during a dinky time, while additionally reestablishing the confidence of the fans.

Sunil Gavaskar named Sourav Ganguly's group including BCCI secretary Jay Shah as "fit" and added that he couldn't imagine anything better than to see them in the workplace till the finish of 2023 World Cup.

"By and by, I couldn't imagine anything better than to see Sourav and his group continue till the finish of the 2023 World Cup in India yet we should perceive what the court chooses. Much the same as Sourav lifted the Indian group after the early cloudy occasions and reestablished the confidence of the Indian cricket sweethearts, so likewise he and his group look fit for doing that with the BCCI organization," Sunil Gavaskar wrote in his fortnightly section in Sunday early afternoon.

Quite, because of the Lodha Committee changes BCCI president Sourav Ganguly and secretary Jay Shah should enter an obligatory 3-year chilling period as the couple are booked to complete their six years in office (State Association and BCCI joined) for the current year.

Incomparable Court has recorded the board's long-pending case for a consultation on Wednesday as Ganguly's term purportedly reaches end on July 27.

Further Sunil Gavaskar additionally opined that BCCI ought not set a limit for clinical help for the previous cricketers as they "played for peanuts" and don't have a small amount of cash which the current part of cricketers have.