Now Binny’s Control for Cricket in India: BCCI expects arrival of its new chief Roger Binny

Binny would be handling the BCCI with his in-swingers of cricket wisdom

Sourav Ganguly is going to be preceded by the senior successor. Roger Binney is likely to be the next BCCI supremo.

The Board of Cricket Control in India is going to witness a Roger era now after succeeding Sourav Ganguly as the president of the Board.

Roger Binny is not a name unknown to cricket India since he was the one of the World Cup Winners in the year 1983.  The same former Indian all-rounder is about to be replacing Sourav Ganguly as the BCCI President.

The ex-World Winner is still a cricket star in India. As a member of the 1983 World Cup winning squad is gladly willing to begin his new inning for Indian cricket. Currently holding responsibility of the office bearer in the Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA), he is being awarded with the biggest cricket promotion of India.

Binny has also served as a member of the BCCI selection committee previously.

On the other hand the name of Ganguly, the ex-Indian skipper working as the BCCI president from  October, 2019, is being talked about as the chief of the International Cricket Council (ICC).

The elections in the BCCI are going to be held in Mumbai this month on 18th of October. The nomination for the nominations for the same can be filled by October 12. The date for the scrutiny of the nominations will be October 13 whereas the date for the withdrawals by the candidates can be done by October 14.