Big news about outgoing BCCI President Sourav Ganguly, will now contest for the post of CAB President

Former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly is all set to contest elections to become the President of the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB). Ganguly recently ended his term as the President of the Board of Control for Cricket in India after taking charge in 2019. According to media reports, 1983 World Cup winner Roger Binny is ready to replace Ganguly. From 2015 to 2019, Ganguly served as the CAB President. After which he joined the BCCI. After his departure three years ago, Avishek Dalmiya took over as the CAB president. Thus Dalmiya became the youngest CAB president. With Dalmiya’s tenure coming to an end, Ganguly is ready to fight to regain his position in Bengal cricket.

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Ganguly, one of India’s most successful captains after his tenure ended, said that after serving the BCCI for three years, he would continue to contribute to cricket. These were great moments, whatever you do in life. I keep telling everyone that the best days were when you played for your country. I have seen a lot after that, I have been CAB President, I have been BCCI President, and I will continue to do bigger things in future, but those 15 years were the best days of my life.

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Ganguly said that those were the days when I used to wake up every morning to be successful. When you left the hotel, you thought it was an important day for me, ‘If I don’t score, I can’t get picked again’. But at the end of the day, when you went to score a century, you thought the world was the best place because you were successful.

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