‘You write to the President and advise him that you are changing captains.’ Kirti Azad.

‘You write to the President and advise him that you are changing captains.’ Kirti Azad.

Virat is not outraged, but I believe he is saddened by the manner in which he was briefed, Azad added.

Virat Kohli and Saurav Ganguly’s statements about the captaincy saga in recent weeks have stunned the Indian cricket community. Both of them have told two different versions about the same situation, which hasn’t gone over well with Indian cricket fans. Both teams have received a lot of support from cricket fans and past players.

Former Indian all-rounder Kirti Azad, who was a member of the 1983 World Cup-winning team. Has offered his thoughts on the subject. In a recent interview with News18, Azad stated that the selectors should have first spoken with Ganguly. About removing Kohli as ODI captain. He further stated that this procedure had been in place for a long time, dating back to his time as the national selector.

“If the selectors were to make a decision, they should have gone to the president.” In general, when a squad is chosen – and I was a national selector at the time – we choose the team and present it to the president of the board. He’d look at it, give it his approval, sign it, and then proclaim it. “However, it is customary for a team to go take a look after being selected,” Azad explained.

Kohli stated he found out about his dismissal as ODI skipper one and a half hours before the Test lineup for the South Africa series was announced at the press conference. Kohli’s words have added a new chapter to an already complicated tale. Many individuals have questioned whether or not the selectors should have consulted Kohli before making such a major choice.

Virat is unconcerned, but I believe he is offended by the way he was informed: Kirti Azad

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Kohli stated during the press conference that after being notified of his layoff. He remarked to selectors, “OK good.” According to Azad, would have been hurt by the way the selectors told him. Azad further stated that he does not like to offend anyone, but Kohli has far more international cricket experience than the rest of the selection panel.

“So, obviously, if you’re changing the captain for any reason, you write to the president and let him know.” Virat is unconcerned, but I believe he feels hurt by the manner in which he was briefed. Sourav may have unofficially spoken about it once information reached him. I’m sure you understand why I don’t want to say it. “All of the selectors are terrific individuals. But their total number of matches will be less than half of what Virat has played,” Azad pointed out.

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