Roger Binny
Roger Binny. (Photograph Supply: Twitter)

Sourav Ganguly has stated that the Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) is in “nice palms” underneath the brand new president Roger Binny, who took over the reins from Ganguly on the nationwide cricket board’s 91st Annual Common Assembly (AGM), held in Mumbai on October 18.

The 1983 World Cup-winning cricketer has turned the thirty sixth BCCI president and he takes cost because the cricket board’s chief simply when the Indian group is in Australia taking part within the ongoing T20 World Cup 2022. After the tip of the match, all eyes can be on the 50-over World Cup, which is scheduled to be hosted in India subsequent 12 months. 

I want Roger Binny all the perfect: Sourav Ganguly

Sourav Ganguly, who attended the BCCI AGM, had phrases of reward for Roger Binny after the assembly concluded. “I want Roger (Binny) all the perfect. The brand new group will take this ahead. BCCI is in nice palms. Indian cricket is robust so I want all of them the luck,” stated Ganguly as quoted as saying by CricketNext.

In the meantime, it stays to be seen what precisely will the outgoing BCCI president’s future endeavors can be as he has not been provided some other place by the cricket board. Nonetheless, Arun Singh Dhumal, who labored alongside Ganguly because the treasurer, has now been elected within the IPL Governing Council together with Avishek Dalmiya. 

Different office-bearers together with the likes of Rajeev Shukla and Jay Shah have been re-elected because the vice-president and secretary respectively. In the meantime, although all the important thing pointers have been mentioned and applied, there was no dialogue relating to the Worldwide Cricket Council (ICC) Chairman submit, which has given rise to speculations that the BCCI won’t nominate a candidate for the ICC Chairmanship. 

October 20 is the deadline for taking a closing name relating to the identical by submitting ICC nominations. The following ICC Chairman can be elected on the board assembly in Melbourne subsequent month. 

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