New Delhi: Saurav Ganguly, President of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), W.V. V Raman has expressed displeasure over not being retained as the coach of the Indian women’s team. It is believed that some senior players of the team had complained about Raman but the BCCI president believes that Raman should have been retained on the post.
Saurabh Ganguly expressed his displeasure
As reported by Cricbuzz, Sourav Ganguly has officially expressed his displeasure over the matter. Former India batsman Raman was not retained by the Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) as the coach of the women’s team and replaced Ramesh Pawar as the new coach of the team.
Ganguly (Sourav Ganguly) did not say anything about Pawar’s selection, but he was surprised that the coach under whose leadership the team reached the final of the global tournament was not retained.
WV Raman wrote a letter to Ganguly
Former coach of the Indian women’s cricket team, WV Raman, accused the national team. For this reason, he wrote an e-mail to BCCI President Sourav Ganguly. He had alleged that there is a ‘self-centered culture’ in the national team and this needs to be changed. Let us know that the Cricket Advisory Committee headed by former cricketer Madan Lal took a surprising decision and selected Ramesh Powar to replace the national women’s team coach.
India made it to the finals of the T20 World Cup in 2020, but they had to face defeat in the title match against Australia. The Indian women’s team also had to face defeat in the home series against South Africa in March this year.
Let us know that those who are involved in women’s cricket, they said that Ganguly should respect the decision of the CAC. Ganguly should know that CAC is an independent institution.