Ravi Shastri Congratulates Sourav Ganguly on Becoming BCCI president

Ravi Shastri Congratulates Sourav Ganguly on Becoming BCCI president

Ravi Shastri Congratulates Sourav Ganguly on Becoming BCCI president (pic Source : News Track English)

A few days ago, former Indian captain, Sourav Ganguly became the 39th BCCI president. He took chare of this post on 23 October. Everyone congratulates him for becoming BCCI president.  Indian Captain Virat Kohli also congratulates him. Now team India head coach Ravi Shastri Congratulates Sourav Ganguly on Becoming BCCI president and says that My heartiest congratulations to Sourav for taking over as the BCCI president.

“My heartiest congratulations to Sourav for taking over as the BCCI president. His appointment is an indication that Indian cricket is moving in the right direction. He’s always been a natural leader. When someone like him — who already dipped his feet into cricket administration four or five years ago — takes over as president of the BCCI, it’s a win-win for Indian cricket,” Indian head coach Ravi Shastri told The Times of India.

“These are difficult times for the Board, and there’s a lot of work to do to bring BCCI back on the path of glory. I wish him all the best in his stint,” he added.

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“I’ve always believed you need to bring something to the table to take something away from the table and in that, we know what India’s contribution is,” Shastri said.

“Now, the question we should be asking ourselves is ‘Is India getting a fair return for what it brings to the table?’ I don’t think so, and in that, I guess, lies the answer. I’m pretty confident our administration is now in capable hands, and they know what to do,” he added.

“It is the ultimate preparatory school. With someone like Rahul Dravid at the helm there, I expect no less. We’ve been communicating a lot, and I’m sure good things are waiting to happen,” said Shastri.

“With Sourav as president and Rahul at NCA, what better combination can Indian cricket ask for?” he added.

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