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SBD Global/October 10, 2012/Leagues and Governing Bodies
Shake-Up Inside India's Cricket Improvement Committee
Published October 10, 2012
DON'T CALL IT A CRISIS: PTI reported that MCA President Ravi Savant said that the resignations of Sandhu and Kulkarni "does not constitute a crisis." Savant: "There was some debate during the last CIC meeting (to decide on the resignation of former India captain Nari Contractor on personal grounds) after which Sandhu and Nilesh have sent in their resignations. We will put these two resignations before MCA's managing committee. I don’t call it a crisis.” Savant said that there was "a misconception" that CIC can appoint coaches and selectors, which was the duty of the MCA’s managing committee. Savant said, “CIC is there for suggesting improvement and development of the game. There is a perceived misconception that it can appoint selectors and coaches. It can recommend names but it’s the elected members of the managing committee who make these appointments" (PTI, 10/9).