Sourav Ganguly, president of the BCCI, has declared that after his tenure on the Indian board is through, he will “go on to something else.”
Sourav Ganguly, the president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), is set to step down; Roger Binny is most likely to take over. Despite claims that Ganguly intended to remain the board’s chairman, he apparently didn’t receive the support he needed from other members. Ganguly has acknowledged that he will “go on to something else,” however an official comment on the situation and his expected resignation as BCCI president has not yet been released.
Ganguly stated that he has been an administrator for a considerable amount of time and is currently hoping to transition to another position at the Bandhan Bank event.
At the event, he said; “I have been an administrator and I will move on to something else”. He also added that “Whatever you do in life the best days are when you played for India. I have been president of BCCI and I will go on to do bigger things. You can’t be a player forever, you can’t be an administrator forever. It’s been great doing both”
“I never believed in history but the feeling in the past was east lacked talent to play at that level. You don’t become an Ambani or Narendra Modi in one day. You have to work for months and years to get there,” he further added.