BCCI President: Former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly may soon step down from his BCCI President post. The list of state association representatives for the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of BCCI is out. The people included in this list can contest the BCCI elections. In place of Ganguly, former cricket Roger Binny can replace the post of president. According to reports, Roger Binny is leading in this race and the current BCCI official also seems to agree with Roger Binny.
who is roger binny
Roger Binny was also included in the team that won the World Cup in 1983. Presently he is the President of Karnataka Cricket Association. Rose Binny’s son Stuart Binny has also played cricket for the Indian team. Stuart Binny was also seen playing in the recently played Road Safety Series. Apart from all this, Roger Binny has also been the selector of the Indian team.
Roger Binny came under the scanner during the selection of his son Stuart Binny. When his son was selected in the team, Roger Binny had said that when Stuart Binny’s name came up, he had left the meeting and came out.
Will be able to enroll till October 12
Nominations can be filed till October 11 or 12 for all the posts of BCCI. The scrutiny of nominations will be done the next day on October 13. After this, voting will be done for it on October 18. It is being said that the current BCCI secretary Jay Shah can once again contest the elections by nomination for the same post.
Sourav Ganguly became the President of BCCI in the year 2019. Ganguly is the 39th President of BCCI. His tenure as president was only till September 2022, but after the decision of the Supreme Court, the constitution of the BCCI was amended, according to which Ganguly could hold the post of president till the year 2025. But Ganguly himself now wants to step down from this post.
Roger Binny’s International Career
Roger Binny was a bowler. He played a total of 27 Test matches in his career, taking 47 wickets in his name. At the same time, he took 77 wickets while playing 72 ODIs. Being a bowling all-rounder, Roger has contributed a lot with his bat as well. He has 830 runs in Test cricket and 629 runs in ODIs.
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