Yesterday cricbuzz prediction: DDCA selectors likely to be shown door to Delhi’s poor Ranji Trophy campaign

After hosts Saurashtra took more than a day off on Thursday to beat Delhi by 214 runs, the Delhi & District Cricket Association are set to make some changes ahead of their next two home games.

Ongoing Ranji Her trophy As the search for a scapegoat for Delhi’s poor campaign in her championship continues, coach Abhay Her Sharma, selectors Gagan khoda, Mayank Sidana and Anil Bharadwaj appear to be soft targets for her .

After host Saurashtra beat Delhi by 214 runs on Thursday when he took more than a day off, the Delhi & District Cricket Association (DDCA) announced several goals ahead of his next two home games. It looks like you’re planning to make changes to It is understood that selectors can fade away. Abhay may survive with an axe. DDCA President Rohan Jaitley took this development seriously. He recommended the removal of the selectors and the Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) backed the “dissolution of the selection committee”.

Continuing the pattern of nepotism so steeped in the DDCA’s checkered history of mismanagement, the meddling of elected officials in election matters is seen as the doom of all matters. Curiously, neither selectors nor coaches have any contractual obligations to DDCA.

The selectors were praised for keeping underachievers like former captains Pradeep Sanwan and Nitish Rana out of the team, but two ‘nets’ were hired to take the team from Delhi to Rajkot. They were not even consulted when the bowler’ was chosen. An insider reveals that the CAC has sinned beyond its duties as an observer at a selection committee meeting. In the end, Khoda faced repeated interference from her DDCA officials.

A former Test all-rounder, she was assisted by Kirti Azad on the selection committee. She said, “Why blame the selectors? What can they do when the selectors have only a few days to pick a team? We need to sympathize with the selectors instead of seeing them as scapegoats,” he said.

The role of the selection committee is likely to be taken by the CAC.

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