After becoming BCCI President, Ganguly made a big statement about Dhoni's retirement
Former captain Saurabh Ganguly took over as the new chairman of the BCCI in Mumbai on Wednesday. Saurabh Ganguly met the media for the first time after becoming the BCCI president. During this, he has openly discussed his plans after becoming the chairman of the board.
He told that which schemes he will execute during his tenure. During this, Ganguly also expressed his opinion on Dhoni's retirement and Virat Kohli's game. At the same time, he has also praised Indian cricketers.
Ganguly said that he would definitely talk to Mahendra Singh Dhoni and also discuss his future plans with him. Ganguly described Dhoni as the champion player and said that champions never leave their games early.
Along with this, Dada also gave the example of his era when he made a strong return to cricket after being out of international cricket for about one and a half years and then played cricket continuously for the next two years.
He said that I will meet Virat only on Thursday. He is the captain of the Indian team, and the most important person for Indian cricket. We will support them in every possible way.