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Virat Kohli will need to understand how coaches operate: Sourav Ganguly's stern message to Captain
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Virat Kohli will need to understand how coaches operate: Soura...

Suspense continued over India's next coach with the Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) today deciding to put the appointment on hold while sending a pointed message to skipper Virat Kohli to understand "how coaches operate". Speaking on behalf of the ... DNA, 2 weeks ago

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Unofficial war: 'No Mohun Bagan and East Bengal, no ISL'

IMAGE: Bollywood actor Abhishek Bachchan, cricket legend, Sachin Tendulkar, cricketer Mahender Singh Dhoni and actor and owner of North East United Football team John Abraham at inaugural ceremony of the 3rd edition of Indian Super League, in Guwahati, on Saturday. Photograph: PTI. Indian football's traditional clubs Mohun Bagan and East Bengal on Saturday joined hands to declare an unofficial war against Indian Super League (ISL), threatening to disrupt the cash-rich event if their ...
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We respect Kohli's decision, he is going to lead the team, says Ganguly

'I respect him immensely. He is a terrific player for India and he is the captain of India. You have to respect the captain of India and I respect him.' Former captain and BCCI's Cricket Advisory Committee member Sourav Ganguly on Tuesday asserted that India captain Virat Kohli will be consulted while selecting the new national coach, playing down reports that the high-profile position will be filled by this evening. Kohli is not expected to be back in the country before July 17 as he is ...
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Court dismisses RCA plea to take back case against BCCI

RCA is like a never ending soap opera. When it semed that revocation of BCCI suspension on RCA was a mere formality after RCA decided it would take back the case against BCCI, the episode has now taken a new turn. City’s additional district court number ...
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If Indian President can be over 70, why can't we be in BCCI: Niranjan Shah

"If the Indian president can be well over 70 years of age, why can't the BCCI administrators work beyond that that age limit," argued the "disqualified" board veteran Niranjan Shah after being controversially included in the panel formed to study Lodha ...
 catchnews.com3 weeks ago Niranjan Shah questions Lodha Panel over 'age discrimination'  Rediff.com3 weeks ago If Indian Prez can be over 70, why can't we be in BCCI: Shah  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago
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All you want to know about the Champions Trophy

The 8th Champions Trophy begins in England this week.Rajneesh Gupta captures the tournament in all its statistical glory like only he can. IMAGE: Mohammed Shami is ecstatic after claiming a wicket during India's first Champions Trophy warm-up game against New Zealand at the Oval in London, May 27, 2017. Photograph: BCCI/Twitter The Champions Trophy came into existence with the dual aim of spreading the game and raising money for the International Cricket Council in between World Cups. The ...
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