Leaders are not born in a day and fame like Narendra Modi, Ambani and Sachin Tendulkar requires time, states Sourav Ganguly, whose tenure as president of BCCI has not been renewed. Roger Binny is believed to take the chair next.
Former Indian cricketer Roger Binny could replace Sourav Ganguly as BCCI President. He is the frontrunner in the race while the nominations for the post are invited on October 11 and October 12. The last date to withdraw the nominations is October 14 while the scrutiny of the nominations is learned to be conducted on October 13. The elections are scheduled to be held on October 18 for the post of president, vice-president, secretary, joint secretary and treasurer.
How cricket fans would react if they come to know surprisingly one day that Sourav Ganguly may again be witnessed batting? Surely, a lot of us wish to see him on the pitch. It is true. Simultaneously, it is true the former Indian captain will be playing a couple of matches this September and October. He last played a competitive game about seven years before.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has decided to raise the issue of the proposed two-and-a-half month expanded window for the Indian Premier League (IPL) at the next ICC conference. PCB chairman Ramiz Raja has confirmed the same.
BCCI President Sourav Ganguly has claimed that the cricket’s cash-rich T20 tournament, the Indian Premier League (IPL) generates more revenue than the world’s most famous football league - the English Premier League.
BCCI president Sourav Ganguly has urged the struggling Test duo of Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane to go back to Ranji Trophy and try and score plenty of runs to get their form and confidence back. Both the veteran batters have been going through a wretched run of form lately. While Rahane has not scored a century since the famous Boxing Day Test against Australia in 2020, Pujara’s last Test hundred was registered in Sydney in January 2019.
Former India captain and BCCI president Sourav Ganguly has showered praises on Harbhajan Singh after the latter announced his retirement from all forms of the game on Friday. Harbhajan made his debut in 1998 and played his last game for India in 2016. During a stellar career, he claimed over 700 scalps across the three formats of the game.
Former India captain Dilip Vengsarkar criticized the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) President Sourav Ganguly for speaking out on behalf of the selectors in the matter of Virat Kohli’s sacking as ODI captain. According to Vengsarkar, Ganguly had no business speaking about Kohli’s axing as it is the selectors’ jurisdiction. The former batter also criticized the BCCI for the manner in which they handled the removal of Kohli