Team India’s stand-by captain Rohit Sharma has been invited to have a word with the Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administration (CoA) on selection policies and new player’s contracts.
Rohit will join Virat and Rahane in Mumbai
Rohit will join MSK Prasad (Chief Selector), Ravi Shastri (Chief Coach), Indian Skipper Virat Kohli and Indian Test deputy Ajinkya Rahane for the meeting to be held in Mumbai.
Yes, He (Rohit) will be there. It is a fair decision to call the deputies of limited over and Test format to join the meeting for selection policies and contracts, said the BCCI senior official.
Virat and Shastri to be questioned on chopping and changing in playing XI
CoA may question Virat Kohli and Ravi Shastri about the constant wobbling in the playing XI.
While limited-over deputy Rohit Sharma has a different say on team combination, he quoted in a post-match press conference after winning the Asia Cup about the need for job security within the mind of players so that they can play comfortably.
CoA Chief, Vinod Rai made it clear that he or CoA won’t enter into the selection matter until players and selectors have an excellent communication besides the fact that Indian Test opener Murli Vijay and triple centurian Karun Nair were left unheard during the first Test against Windies.
What Sourav Ganguly wants to ask?
Virat and Shastri have already questioned by the former leader of India Sourav Ganguly on the absence of Ajinkya Rahane in ODI. He explained what had hurt Ajinkya Rahane’s confidence in limited-over format?
According to dada, India needs Rahane in the middle in both the formats without any doubts. It shows there is no parameter to enter into the playing XI whether you perform better. Rahane is a big player, and he should be backed.
It needs to be worked immediately that no player should be left alone like him especially the kind of caliber he has.
It shows that team management is confused by too many choices!