Sourav Ganguly
Sourav Ganguly. (Photograph Supply: PUNIT PARANJPE/AFP through Getty Pictures)

The Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) president Sourav Ganguly’s tenure because the BCCI chief is coming to an finish with the previous Indian participant Roger Binny more likely to be his successor. A number of reviews have acknowledged that Ganguly needs to proceed because the BCCI president however he didn’t have the backing of different members.

In the meantime, the Prince of Kolkata has stated that he’ll transfer on to do one thing else. Ganguly additionally went on to say that the most effective days in his life have been when he represented India within the worldwide area. 

I’ll transfer on to do one thing else: Sourav Ganguly

Talking at a Bandhan Financial institution occasion, the previous Indian skipper confirmed that he has been an administrator for a very long time and he’ll now be seeking to transfer on to do one thing else. 

“I’ve been an administrator and I’ll transfer on to one thing else,” he stated on the occasion. “No matter you do in life the most effective days are while you performed for India. I’ve been president of BCCI and I’ll go on to do larger issues. You’ll be able to’t be a participant perpetually, you possibly can’t be an administrator perpetually. It has been nice doing each.

“I by no means believed in historical past however the feeling prior to now was east lacked the expertise to play at that degree. You do not turn into an Ambani or Narendra Modi in sooner or later. It’s a must to work for months and years to get there,” he additional stated.

Ganguly additionally talked about his expertise because the skipper of the Indian staff.  “It was six captains main the staff. I stood up for Rahul when he was nearly dropped from the one-day aspect. I took their recommendations in choosing the staff. These items do not go unnoticed in a staff setting,” he stated.

“It is not simply the runs I scored. Folks keep in mind different issues. It is what you do as a frontrunner for them,” stated the outgoing BCCI chief.