He expressed the possibility that in future he is going to do something. He said- I was the president of CAB (Cricket Association of Bengal) for five years. I was the chairman of the board for three years. A lot of good things have happened in these three years. We had IPL during the Covid pandemic, such a tough time for all of us. We won the Under-19 World Cup. Broadcasting rights went to an all-time high. I wanted the senior women’s team to win gold medals in the Commonwealth Games. She could have defeated Australia. These were great moments for me as an administrator.
Speaking on the Board President, Ganguly said, “Nothing is permanent whether it is a player or an administrator. I have been an administrator, now I will go ahead with something else.’ However, there is no indication as to what he is going to do next. It is believed that he is interested in playing a role in the ICC after the BCCI stint, but reports indicate that he does not have support within the board.
When event managers posted a clip of him and Rahul Dravid in the commentary box, with a familiar face behind it and a line at the bottom that read – Binny 0-23, Sourav Ganguly immediately clarified. That’s not Binny, Roger Binny. He is Stuart Binny. Even if he gets out of the cricket administration, Ganguly’s brand value will surely remain intact. In fact, he is one of the most visible faces on TV screens and hoardings.