ICC chairmanship not in my hands says Sourav Ganguly


The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) President Sourav Ganguly on Thursday put an end to the speculation of becoming the President of the ICC, saying that the post of ICC President is not in his hands. In July, the International Cricket Council approved the selection of the next president in November. After a meeting in Birmingham, it was decided that after Greg Barkley’s term ends this year, elections would be held by a simple majority and the next president’s term would be from 1 December 2022 to 30 November 2024.

Since this decision of the ICC, there is speculation about Sourav Ganguly’s name. At the same time, when he was asked about this, he said, “The post of ICC President is not in my hands.” Under the new suggestion, the candidate needs 51 percent of the votes. The Indian team has not been in form for some time now and Ganguly admitted that not doing well in big tournaments is a matter of concern.

Supporting Rohit’s captaincy, he said, “Rohit Sharma’s win percentage is close to 80. India have lost the last three-four matches, but before that they have lost only five or six out of 35-40 matches. Haven’t performed. It will be talked about.

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Regarding Virat Kohli’s century, she said, “It is a good thing that Virat played well in the Asia Cup and hopefully he will keep the momentum.” Women’s fast bowler Jhulan Goswami International after the third and final ODI against England. Going to say goodbye to cricket. Describing him as a ‘legend’, Ganguly said, “Jhulan is a legend. We have had excellent relations in the last three years as BCCI President. She had a stellar career and will continue to be a role model in women’s cricket.

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