The statue is that of a young Sourav Ganguly raising his bat commemorating his first Test century that he scored against Australia in Brisbane in 2003. Ganguly is regarded as one of the most successful India Test captains of all time.
“Zaheer was contacted for 150 days per year,” Ganguly told reporters. A COA member stressed that the CAC is recommendatory and the final decision related to the appointment of coaches and consultants lies with the Supreme Court-appointed committee.
Sourav Ganguly confirmed that Cricket Advisory Committee took a unanimous decision to pick Ravi Shastri as the Indian team head coach. Apart from selecting Shastri, the CAC also recommended Zaheer Khan as a bowling coach and Rahul Dravid as batting consultant for overseas Tests.
The Cricket Advisory Committee comprising of Sourav Ganguly, VVS Laxman and Sachin Tendulkar on Monday postponed the announcement of India’s head coach. They wanted more time and a discussion with Virat Kohli.
Sourav Ganguly, member of the Cricket Advisory Committee, said that they need more time, and discussion with Virat Kohli, before announcing the next coach of the Indian cricket team. The CAC interviewed five candidates on Monday.
The Cricket Advisory Committee, comprising of Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly and VVS Laxman, have delayed the coach’s announcement as they need more time to decide the candidate. Ganguly said they want to have a word with Virat Kohli so that everyone is on the same page.
Sourav Ganguly, who celebrated his 45th birthday on Sunday, received a wish from the former president of BCCI Anurag Thakuar and then replied to him expressing his need in Indian cricket.
After playing together for more than eight years and now seen in the commentary box together, Virender Sehwag will be facing his captain in the interview for the post of Head Coach of Team India on July 10. Sourav Ganguly turned 45 on Saturday.
Sourav Ganguly, who returned from a trip from England and Denmark and was celebrating his 45th birthday on Saturday, had a busy day in Mumbai but his fans awaited patiently outside his Behala Chowrasta residence till his return
Former Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly turned 45 on Saturday. Ganguly has been one of the most successful captains for India and is known for his leadership qualities. The left-handed batsman made his first Test appearance for India in 1996 against England at Lord’s and scored a brilliant hundred during the course.
Sourav Ganguly, made a memorable Test debut after scoring a century at Lord’s in 1996, and registered 11 wins from 28 away Tests, which was a record by any Indian captain. He scored 7213 runs in 113 Tests and 11,363 runs in ODIs, after playing 311 matches.
With the 2019 World Cup less than two years away, Sourav Ganguly believes Indian skipper Virat Kohli should immediately sit with Rahane and define his role in the team clearly so that a talent like him knows the road ahead clearly.
The position has fallen vacant following Anil Kumble’s departure, as his one-year contract expired at the end of the Champions Trophy. A BCCI office-bearer also confirmed that the coach selection process will be conducted on July 10.
Former Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly is set to leave for London to attend the MCC’s World Cricket committee meeting which will take place at Lord’s on July 3 and 4. The WCC meeting will be addressed by Richardson.
Sourav Ganguly, member of the Cricket Advisory Committee, felt that the matter between Anil Kumble and Virat Kohli could have been handled a lot better.