Former India pacer Madan Lal has supported Ravi Shastri‘s assertion the place he had mentioned that the Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) ought to throw the rule of battle of curiosity within the dustbin. As per the rule of battle of curiosity, former gamers can’t carry out completely different roles whereas doing one job within the administration. “I completely assist what Ravi Shastri has mentioned. Two guidelines that had been made by the Lodha Committee, one is the battle of curiosity. It needs to be thrown within the bin. It’ll convey mediocracy in cricket and people folks will likely be in workplace who will be simply approached. Former cricketers needs to be holding the place within the workplace, as they will preserve the dignity of the sport and the board,” Madan Lal instructed ANI.
“Secondly, the age issue that was modified from 60 to 65, I’d say that the age group needs to be greater than 70. Cricketers are match and may carry out all of the duties. We want good folks for the board, who should not simply approachable. And our board at all times had good folks, who not solely carried out effectively within the sport but in addition made BCCI right into a billion-dollar business,” he added.
In the meantime, India and South Africa will lock horns in three Checks and three ODIs. The primary Check will start on December 26 on the SuperSport Park, Centurion.
The Check collection between India and South Africa will type a part of the brand new cycle of the ICC World Check Championship. The up to date schedule is as follows: the primary Check will happen from December 26-30 on the SuperSport Park, Centurion; the second Check will happen from January 3-7, 2022, on the Wanderers, Johannesburg; the third Check will happen from January 11-15, 2022, on the Newlands in Cape City.
The primary ODI will happen on January 19, 2022, on the Boland Park, Paarl; the second ODI will happen on January 21, 2022, on the Boland Park, Paarl; the third ODI will happen on January 23, 2022, on the Newlands, Cape City.
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