While addressing the media on Monday, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) delayed the announcement of the Indian team coach. Briefing the media, former Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly said that the association needs more time to finalise the Indian team coach.
Addressing the media over Coach Hunt, Ganguly said that the big announcement has been delayed for a while as consent of other people is also needed. Talking to reporters, ‘Bengal Triger’ Ganguly said, “We will hold on for a few days on announcement of India’s next coach, need to talk to few other people specially the captain.”
Appreciating Indian skipper Virat Kohli’s stand on coach hunt Ganguly said, “We have to give credit to Virat Kohli that he totally stayed out of it, didn’t give any input on names.”
Earlier while commenting on the Kohli-Kumble rift, Former India captain Sourav Ganguly had decided to weigh in his thoughts on the bad blood between the Indian captain and former coach by taking a dig at the BCCI officials.
While giving his insights on the spat, Ganguly had lashed out at BCCI caretakers by saying the ‘entire issue was mishandled by people in charge’.
“The matter should have been handled a lot better, Anil Kumble and Virat Kohli. It should have been handled a lot better by whoever is in charge. It wasn’t handled properly,” Ganguly told reporters.
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