Pakistani veteran advised to make MS Dhoni the chief selector
Chief selector Chetan Sharma has come into controversy due to the sting operation.
New Delhi: Chetan Sharma recently made several revelations during a sting operation. He was removed from the post of Chief Selector after Team India’s poor performance in the T20 World Cup. However, after 2 months he became the chief selector again. Of course, after this sting operation, Chetan Sharma has got himself in trouble. In the midst of this controversy, the former Pakistan cricketer suggested to the BCCI to make former India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni the new chief selector.
During an interview with India.com, former Pakistan bowler Danish Kaneria said, “One should talk to MS Dhoni once. He should know what is Dhoni’s plan and how he can become a chief selector. Now the time has come for BCCI, Roger Binny and Jay Shah to take strict action and form a new selection committee. Now new people need to be involved in this. MS Dhoni’s mind is amazing and he is a great player. When that is the case then why is a player like him not in the selection committee.”
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Revelations made by Chetan Sharma
In the sting of Zee News, Chetan Sharma called former Indian captain Virat Kohli a liar. From handing over the captaincy to Rohit Sharma in white-ball cricket after Virat, he had also spoken openly on the dispute between Virat Kahli and the then BCCI President Sourav Ganguly. Chetan Sharma had clearly said that Sourav Ganguly hated the former captain. Apart from this, Chetan Sharma had also said that Indian players take injections to stay fit.
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Tags: BCCI, Chetan Sharma, Danish Kaneria, ms dhoni, team india
FIRST PUBLISHED : February 16, 2023, 15:30 IST