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ICC अध्यक्ष बनने की अटकलों पर गांगुली ने लगाया विराम, बोले- यह पद मेरे हाथ में नहीं

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Current ICC president Greg Barkley’s term ends this year. At the meeting in Birmingham, it was decided that elections would be held by simple majority and the term of the next president would be from 1 December 2022 to 30 November 2024. Since then, Sourav Ganguly’s name is in the headlines.

There has been a lot of speculation about BCCI president and former India captain Sourav Ganguly in the last few days. It is said that Sourav Ganguly may become the president of the International Cricket Council. However, Ganguly has broken his silence on this. Ganguly has clearly said that the post of ICC president is not in his hands. Let us tell you that in July the ICC had approved to elect the next president in the month of November. The ICC controls all activities of cricket in the world. Current ICC president Greg Barkley’s term ends this year. At the meeting in Birmingham, it was decided that elections would be held by simple majority and the term of the next president would be from 1 December 2022 to 30 November 2024. Since then, Sourav Ganguly’s name is in the headlines.

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But today Sourav Ganguly has clearly broken his silence on this. Sourav Ganguly has said that the post of ICC president is not in my hands. Let us also tell you that according to the new rule that has been decided by the ICC Board, two-thirds majority is now not required for the election of the President. Now only 51% votes are needed to win. Currently Sourav Ganguly is the President of BCCI. However, Team India is not in good form during Sourav Ganguly’s tenure. He has faced defeat in many important matches. Even Gangli accepts this. He has said that yes, it is true that we have not done well in major tournaments and that is a concern.

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At the same time, Ganguly also said that Rohit Sharma’s win percentage is close to 80. India have lost the last three-four matches but before that they have lost five or six out of 35.40 matches. He also said that I am sure Rohit and Rahul Dravid will be worried that we have not done well in big tournaments. This will be discussed. Regarding Virat Kohli’s century, he said that it is a good thing that Virat played well in the Asia Cup and hopefully he will keep the momentum going. Women’s fast bowler Jhulan Goswami will bid farewell to international cricket after the third and final ODI against England. 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 fantastic career and will continue to be a role model in women’s cricket.

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