Former cricketer Hemang Badani denies applying for BCCI selector’s post
Former India cricketer Hemang Badani on Wednesday mentioned that he hasn’t utilized for the BCCI’s selector job.
After the 2022 Men’s T20 World Cup the place India’s journey ended within the semi-finals, the BCCI had determined to not lengthen the tenures of their choice committee and contemporary purposes have been invited to have a brand new panel.
Earlier this week, a report had urged that Badani had additionally utilized for the job. But, he has now clarified that he hasn’t utilized for the post of nationwide selector, although he has immense respect for it.
“To all my lovely fans, well-wishers and friends.. Just putting this out here to offer some clarity. As much as I deem it a privilege and honour to be a part of the BCCI selection panel, I have not applied for the post as the rounds across various media have been doing. Wishing all the applicants the best,” Badani mentioned in his post on Twitter.
The 46-year outdated, who performed 4 Tests and 40 ODIs for India, is at present the fielding coach of the Indian Premier League aspect Sunrisers Hyderabad. He has additionally beforehand had a training stint with the Chepauk Super Gillies within the Tamil Nadu Premier League.
As per the standards set by the BCCI, candidates ought to have performed seven Test matches or 30 first- class matches or 10 ODIs and 20 first-class matches. The applicant ought to have retired from the sport not less than 5 years in the past.
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