Kolkata: The Cricket Board of India (BCCI) future president Sourav Ganguly may not have a good relationship with the team's head coach Ravi Shastri, but he has said that the coach does not need to be reappointed. Ad-hoc Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC), which selected Shastri as coach, was given the board's Lokpal D.K. Jain was dragged into a conflict of interest. There is a possibility that if the formation of the CAC is declared illegal, then the chair of Shastri can go.
Sourav Ganguly has clearly stated on this issue that there is no need to do so. He said, 'I don't think this will cause any problem in the selection of Ravi Shastri. I am not sure though. As far as we chose the coach even when there was a conflict of interest issue. '
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When Sourav Ganguly was asked if he had spoken to Shastri after the board was decided, Ganguly laughed and said, "Why?" Now what did they do? ”If the Lokpal considers the CAC guilty of conflict of interest, is there a need to reappoint Shastri or not?
Vinod Rai, chairman of the Committee of Administrators (COA), declined to comment on this question. Vinod Rai had said, 'First thing is a hypothetical question. Secondly, it is wrong for me to say anything before the Lokpal decision.
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Ravi Shastri was re-elected coach by the Ad-Hawk Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) headed by Kapil Dev. Shanta Rangaswamy and Anshuman Gaekwad were also members of this committee. Ravi Shastri's agreement is up to the T20 World Cup to be held in 2021.
Explain that former New Zealand coach Mike Hewson, former Sri Lankan coach Tom Moody, former West Indies and Afghanistan coach Phil Simmons, former India fielding coach Robin Singh and former India manager Lalchand Rajput are also in the race for coach position with Ravi Shastri. Were included. The CAC headed by Kapil had decided to extend Shastri's term instead of choosing a new coach.