Srinivasan hints saving Dhoni from being axed
Srinivasan,the President of BCCI in an interview hinted he saved MS Dhoni from being axed when the selectors were wanting so.Indirectly, he mentioned that as the president of BCCI he has the right to take the last call. 🙂 (thats the reason Dhoni is still the captain 😉 )
Well, its all about give and take . Isn’t it ? 😀
While there was news about Sachin willing to play the upcoming series with Pakistan,a sudden announcement made thereafter by the Batting Legend about his retirement from One-Day Cricket is shocking for both the set of people who argue in favour of Sachin playing till he wants and the ones who always felt its high time he quits.
Seems like ‘God’ has lost to the continuous bad patch and ageing issues, while playing, or is it the B.C.C.I. which has asked Master Blaster,Sachin Tendulkar,to declare his retirement, at least, from One-Day Cricket due to his and also Team India’s continuous deteriorating performance ?
Sachin retires from One-Day Cricket
No matter what, it is the end of a legacy in One-Day Indian and World Cricket because Sachin Tendulkar is irreplaceable !
India Cements’ Managing Director and BCCI Chief , N Srinivisan was questioned for about 7 hours,today,by the CBI in connection with his company-India Cements’ investment of Rs 140 crore in various companies promoted by Jagan Mohan Reddy, the MP who is arrested by CBI under disproportionate assets case.
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Mohammad Azharuddin,former Indian Captain was banned for life in 2000 for match-fixing and hence is out of list of BCCI’s one-time payment scheme. With Kapil Dev, the former Indian captain who enabled India win the first World Cup in 1983 , was also removed out of the list as he refused accept the amnesty offered by BCCI following his involvement in now-defunct Indian Cricket League which had nothing to do with BCCI.Kirti Azad who held protests at Feroze Shah Kotla ground against alleged financial irregularities in BCCI supported IPL(Indian Premiere League) is also excluded out of the list.
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