Sourav Ganguly has no right to speak for the Selectors.

Sourav Ganguly has no right to speak for the Selectors.

Dilip Vengsarkar, a former India batter. Believes that selection and captaincy should always be left to the selectors.

Sourav Ganguly, the BCCI president. “Had no business” commenting “on behalf of the selection committee.” According to former India batsman Dilip Vengsarkar. Vengsarkar was referring to Ganguly’s remarks following the BCCI’s announcement earlier this month. That Rohit Sharma would replace Virat Kohli as India’s full-time white-ball captain.

The BCCI’s president is Sourav Ganguly. “Any issue about selection or captaincy should be addressed by the head of the selection committee,” Vengsarkar told Khaleej Times.

The BCCI and selectors made a joint decision to name Rohit as India’s full-time ODI and T20I captain, according to Ganguly.

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Sourav Ganguly has no right to speak for the Selectors.

The selectors therefore decided that having two separate captains for two different white-ball formats was not appropriate. “I personally met with Virat Kohli as President, and the head of selectors spoke with him as well,” Ganguly told ANI.

Kohli gave his side of the story during the pre-departure press conference, saying he found out about the ODI captaincy just one and a half hours before the Test team’s selection meeting for the South Africa tour.

Vengsarkar stated that it was “absolutely not Sourav Ganguly jurisdiction” to express his thoughts on the topic.

“Obviously, Virat wanted to make his case known, therefore Ganguly spoke about it.” It should have been between the captain and the chairman of the selection committee, in my opinion. The selection committee chooses or dismisses captains; Ganguly has no say in the matter,” he remarked.

The incident, according to the former chief of selectors, could have been handled better by the board.

This has always been the case. In five Test matches, we once saw four captains. But, sure, things need to change right now. You have to respect Kohli because he has done so much for the country and Indian cricket. “However, the way they treated him had to have damaged him.” He continued.

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