Graeme Smith backs Sourav Ganguly as ICC Chief | Sourav Ganguly to be ICC chief, Graeme Smith


Johannesburg: South Africa’s cricket director and former captain Graeme Smith has called for BCCI president Sourav Ganguly to step down as the ICC chairman. “It is best that Dada be appointed as the new Chairman of the ICC,” he said. Smith commented that Ganguly was the perfect man to bring back cricket in crisis following the Kovid-19 pestilence.

It is very important that the right person at the helm of the ICC should come. After Kovid-19, cricket needs a strong leadership. Smith also demanded that someone with a good knowledge of modern cricket as well as leadership be given the title of ICC.

It would be great if a cricketer like Ganguly comes to the role of ICC president. It is also very good for the game of cricket. Ganguly is a person who understands cricket very well. “He is one of the highest-paid, most respected players in the game,” Smith said.


Smith is also the second person in the world to have Ganguly as head of the ICC. Former England captain David Gower has also called for Ganguly to join the ICC. Ganguly is a very good personality. Gower said he was not only diplomatic.

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Shashank Manohar is currently the Chairman of the ICC. His contract expires at the end of this month. Last December, he made it clear he did not want to contest the ICC’s next election. The ICC’s board meeting is scheduled for May 28. The meeting will discuss the future of the T20 World Cup and the ICC’s new governing body.

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