CSA brushes off Sourav Ganguly with Smith's assertion endorsing him for ICC President

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Cricket South Africa (CSA) on Friday took a distinct stance from its Cricket Director Graeme Smith's assertion supporting BCCI President Sourav Ganguly for the post of ICC (International Cricket Council) president, saying that earlier than supporting any candidate The 'protocol' shall be adopted.

Ganguly was supported by the CSA Cricket Director and former captain Smith on Thursday for the highest post of the ICC. He had stated that below present circumstances an individual like Ganguly can be excellent for the management of the ICC.

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A day later, nevertheless, the CSA took a distinct stance from Smith's assertion. <! –

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In an announcement issued by CSA President Chris Nanjani, "We must respect the ICC and our own 'protocol' before deciding which candidate to support."

"No candidate has been nominated so far and after the candidature is finalized, the CSA Board will take a decision as per its protocol," he stated. After that the board will give the president the precise to train his vote.

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Smith informed reporters on Thursday, "It would be fantastic for us to see a cricketer like Sourav Ganguly in the role of ICC President."

The former South African captain stated, 'I believe it will likely be good for the sport as effectively, it will likely be good for the fashionable sport as effectively. He understands this, he has performed cricket to a excessive degree, he’s revered and his management capability shall be vital for this.

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