India cricket board has fired the teams- selectors following its elimination from the World Cup 2022

India cricket board has fired the teams selectors The Board of Control for Cricket in India has released a statement asking fresh applications to fill all five slots on its selection panel. A member of the staff of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) can be seen in an image from the archives shot on May 22, 2016, passing by the organization’s emblem outside of its offices in Mumbai.
A member of the staff of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) can be seen in an image from the archives shot on May 22, 2016, passing by the organization’s emblem outside of its offices in Mumbai.


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Following India’s embarrassing elimination from the Twenty20 World Cup, the country’s cricket governing body has disbanded its entire selection committee, which was headed by a former fast bowler named Chetan Sharma, and has issued a call for replacements.

The squad led by Rohit Sharma was defeated by England by 10 wickets in the semi-final match that took place at Adelaide Oval last week. This defeat prompted the team to engage in fresh introspection, as it had not won a worldwide crown since the 2013 Champions Trophy.

Their departure was a blow to India’s army of devoted followers and sparked cries for heads to roll from both analysts and the general public.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) took a significant step on Friday evening when it issued a statement inviting fresh applications to fill all five positions on its selection panel. Rumors of a major shake-up had been circulating since the day after the loss, but this was the first concrete step in the process.

This news comes one month after World Cup champion Roger Binny was chosen head of the cash-rich board to replace Sourav Ganguly, who was reputedly driven out of his position in a political struggle.

Following India’s loss to England.India cricket board has fired the teams selectors

it was reported that the Twenty20 squad will go through a significant overhaul, with key senior players such as Rohit, Virat Kohli, and Ravichandran Ashwin being gradually phased out of the team.

The 35-year-old Rohit is presently in first place for India in all three formats of the game.

According to a report in the Indian Express newspaper, the new selection panel would be tasked with the obligation of naming individual captains for each of the many versions of the game. India cricket board has fired the teams selectors India cricket board has fired the teams selectors

In a story that was published on Saturday, it was said that “split captaincy was the likely route in which Indian cricket will go as its big ICC trophy drought persisted.”

Hardik Pandya, who is presently guiding the Indian Twenty20 side against New Zealand in a three-match series, is the favourite to take over the reins in the shortest version of the game.

The all-rounder was instrumental in guiding the Gujarat Titans to the Indian Premier League championship in their very first season of competition.

India cricket board has fired the teams
India cricket board has fired the teams

The Black Caps’ first match against India was postponed due to rain on Friday, so neither team was able to bowl a single ball. The teams will play each other again on Sunday at Mount Maunganui. India cricket board has fired the teams selectors India cricket board has fired the teams selectors India cricket board has fired the teams selectors

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