Ganguly has no plans of coaching team India
Former Indian batsman and a successful captain Sourav Ganguly has dismissed any thoughts about coaching the Indian cricket team in the near future as he is serving as an official in the BCCI and he wants to concentrate on running the affairs of the game from within the board.
“I really don’t know as I have got another job to do at the moment. I am actually running the cricket (as CAB president). You can’t do both at the same time. You have to see where life goes. At the present moment, ‘No’ (to coaching) as I am an administrator with responsibilities of running the game,” Ganguly said according to Press Trust of India.
When asked about whether MS Dhoni rightly criticised he said that it’s part of the job he is doing and he will get through this phase. He added that when the team does well the team gets significant amount of praise so he should be used to such stuff.
“It is part and parcel of the job. MS has been captain for such a long time and he is used to it. We all get used to it. At the same time, when we do well, we are taken up to mountains and the skies.”