Ganguly Bengal President?
It has now been decided that cricketer Sourav Ganguly will not be the president of BCCI. Maybe after Sourav Ganguly, Roger Bunny will now become the president of BCCI.
Now the news is coming that Sourav Ganguly will contest the Cricket Association of Bengal elections. Sourav Ganguly was the president of the Cricket Association of Bengal before the BCCI president.
Sourav Ganguly became the president of the Cricket Association of Bengal in 2015.Before Sourav Ganguly, Jagmohan Dalmiya was in this post, after his death, Sourav Ganguly became the president.
At present, Jagmohan Dalmiya’s son Abhishek Dalmiya is the president of the Cricket Association of Bengal. Now his term is coming to an end. It is reported that Sourav Ganguly will also contest for the post of president in the new election.
After the Supreme Court’s decision to extend the tenure, it was decided that Sourav Ganguly will continue as the President of BCCI. But this did not happen and now the news is coming that Sourav Ganguly will soon step down from the post of BCCI President.
On leaving this post, Sourav Ganguly said that, “A lot of good things have happened in the last three years. Ipl happened in the Corona period, which was a difficult time for the whole country. The broadcast rights were sold at a record price. The Under-19 team won the World Cup.
I wish the women’s team could have won gold at the Commonwealth Games, they could have beaten Australia.”He further listed his achievements and said”The senior team won in Australia.
These were golden moments as an administrator. Life, achievements and progress are not about small goals. You can’t be Sachin Tendulkar or Narendra Modi in a day. You have to give your life, time, days, weeks and months.
That’s the key to success. The challenges as a player were more than challenges as an administrator.
I was in administration for eight years, but I think a cricketer’s challenges are more. The administrator has time to correct his mistakes, but if you get out to Glenn McGrath in the morning in a Test match, you have no chance of rectifying.