Prediction of IPL 2023: Former BCCI Chairman Sourav Ganguly returns to the IPL in a new role with the Delhi Capitals. report

Former Indian Captain and former BCCI President Sourav Ganguly was part of the franchise as a consultant at IPL 2019 before assuming the role of BCCI President.

Sourav Ganguly, the former chairman of BCCI, will be appointed director of Cricket of Delhi Capitals, news agency PTI reported, citing his IPL sources. The former Indian captain was part of the franchise as an adviser to IPL 2019 before assuming the role of BCCI President.

“Yes, Sourav will come back to Delhi from this year.The discussion and modalities have ended. “He works in a franchise and shares plenty of comfort with the owner. If he worked in IPL, it would always have been in DC,” said IPL’s, which is tracking the development. The source told PTI on condition of anonymity.

Ganguly will oversee all cricketing his verticals in the franchise, along with ILT20 team Dubai His Capitals and his SA T230 league team Pretoria His Capitals.

Ganguly, the former captain of the Kolkata Knight Riders and Sahara Pune Warriors, left the Indian Cricket Authority after completing his term as chief executive last October.

The former opening batsman continues his partnership with former Australian captain Ricky Ponting. After becoming rivals on the cricket pitch, Ganguly and Ponting played together for the first time in his IPL at KKR in his first season. The two reunited in DC, with Ponting as head coach and Ganguly as team mentor at IPL 2019.

Ganguly, along with Ponting, will play an active role in building a solid core for his DC at IPL 2023. Multiple reports suggest that his regular DC skipper, his Rishabh Pant, is unlikely to fully join his IPL in 2023, so your immediate job is to Backup is to have his captain ready.

Punt was in a car accident on December 30 while driving to his hometown of Roorkee. He suffered injuries to his forehead, back, right knee, wrist and ankle. The left-handed wicket-keeper batsman is currently hospitalized at Dehradun.

There is no official confirmation of how long it will take for Punt to recover and play cricket again, but it is likely that the torn ligaments in his right knee will take around two months to heal and he will be out of action in the Australian Test series. are also effectively excluded from IPL.

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