Chetan Sharma’s fate is in balance, Debasish Mohanty’s term will soon come to an end when BCCI is likely to remove the selection panel | News about cricket

NEW DELHI: National Selection Committee Chairperson Chetan Sharmathe fate of balance when BCCI may soon run the senior board again after T20 World Cup in Australia.
It is an open secret that Chetan and his board of directors and the consistency in selection have been lower than they have been in recent times and unless India performs very well, it could be the curtain for the man. Mr. India scored the first hat-trick in more than 50 World Cups.
“A lot will depend on how India enters the T20 World Cup. Not too many people are happy with Chetan at the moment. But he will stay until BCCI selects the Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC). new,” said a senior BCCI official.
While it will be an anxious wait for Chetan, East Zone’s Debasish Mohanty in a few months will have to give way to someone else as he will complete four years of accumulation in the junior and senior selection boards.
“Rules apply to Abbey Kuruvilla will also apply to Debu Mohanty. Debu was introduced to the junior board by the COA in early 2019 and he served for two years until 2021 before being upgraded to a senior board member after Devang Gandhi completed his term. own,” a senior BCCI official told PTI on condition of anonymity.
In a few months, Mohanty will complete his four years, so he will have to move on. Whether he will be relieved of duty before the completion of four years or after is in question.
However, in the East, there are not too many qualified cricket testers who can be given the job. Two names that fit the bill are former opener Shiv Sunder Das of Odisha and Deep Dasgupta of Bengal.
There was news in the rounds that Ranadeb Bose, a junior national pick, could join the fight but he did not play an official match for India. There are former ODI players Laxmi Ratan Shukla of Bengal and Sanjay Raul of Odisha who qualify. Subroto BanerjeeCurrent India player’s coach Umesh Yadav could also be a candidate.
Likewise, after Kuruvilla moved to BCCI as he completed four years (including three years on the junior board), the West Zone selection seat remains vacant and will need to be filled. .
Last time, Ajit Agarkar had the best and most decorated resume out of all the applicants but the opposition from his own state unit Mumbai Cricket Association became a challenge. hesitate.
The only one who, even without competing, can survive is the man Karnataka and the candidate of the South Zone Sunil Joshi.


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