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first_imgSourav Ganguly, Former Pakistani Cricketer and Captain of the Indian Cricket Control Board (BCCI) “If Ganguly becomes the ICC president, it will be useful for cricketers and cricketers alike,” Kaneria said. Kanarea also noted that Ganguly has the wealth of experience to lead the ICC. Even if the election is called for and the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) does not support him, Ganguly could easily become president with the support of other cricket boards. “If Ganguly becomes president, he will appeal against the ban,” Kaneria said.Recently there was speculation that Sourav Ganguly would be promoted to the role of Indian captain Shashank Manohar as the ICC chairman. When Shashank Manohar announced that he was not keen to be chairman for the third time, English cricket chief Colin Graves was reportedly expected to replace him. However, the BCCI is likely to field Ganguly in the wake of the collapse of the affair. It is thought that Ganguly could take advantage of the golden opportunity of international cricket rule.I hope Sourav Ganguly becomes ICC president in every way. It is good for cricketers and cricketers alike to get the title of a well-known cricketer. He is a professional cricketer and has led India for a long time. He is also an expert in cricket administration as president of the Bengal Cricket Association.It is up to each board to decide whether to support Ganguly for the position of ICC president. Although not supported by the Pakistan Cricket Board, he could be elected president with the support of other boards. He is likely to get the most votes. Ganguly has a reputation as a cricketer and a former Indian captain. All this will help Ganguly.Ganguly is currently the president of the BCCI. He has knowledge of all aspects of cricket. He knows the problems faced by the players and what cricket needs. Associated countries are also aware of the need to support them. Not only that, but players can also play their part – Kaneria pointed out.^ Supported by Graeme SmithEarlier, Cricket South Africa Director and former South African captain Graeme Smith and CEO Jack Foley had suggested that Ganguly should be promoted to the helm of the ICC. Ganguly had earlier supported former England captain David Gower. Ganguly, who manages a governing body filled with political cronies like the BCCI, can easily lead the ICC; Govt said that it will bring development.Jagmohan Dalmiya, Sharad Pawar and N. Srinivasan are the Indians who have led the ICC in the past. The BCCI hopes that if Ganguly contests, India will have the support of other than the English and Pakistani cricket boards.Ganguly, who was elected BCCI president last October, will expire this July. Then there is the cooling off period of 3 years. This is because he has been president of the Bengal Cricket Association for the past five years. Under the current law, a person can hold office for six consecutive years. However, India’s control of the ICC leadership does not apply.English Summary: If Sourav Ganguly becomes ICC president, it will help cricket and the players: Danish Kanerialast_img