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We haven’t made any supply to Wriddhiman Saha: GCA and BCA

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Veteran wicketkeeper-batter Wriddhiman Saha mentioned that he hasn’t obtained any vital supply from any of the highest states after he put forth his determination to maneuver out of the Bengal home group.

Earlier it was realized that Saha may make a transfer to both Baroda or Gujarat. However, the 2 states have denied making any gives to Saha, who has performed 40 Tests for India.

Previously, Saha mentioned that he obtained gives “from quite a few state associations but I have not given my go-ahead to either of them.”

Senior GCA official Anil Patel mentioned, “I can confirm that Gujarat Cricket Association has made no such offer to Wriddhiman Saha. We have a young keeper named Het Patel, who is doing very well for us. Why in the world would we try to spoil his career?”

Baroda CA secretary Ajit Lele, who’s presently within the United States, talked about that he doesn’t have any concept of his group approaching Saha.

“I am not in India for the past one month but as far as BCA is concerned, we have already roped in Ambati Rayudu as a professional. To the best of my knowledge, we haven’t sounded out Saha,” Lele was quoted as saying.

Recently, Saha was reported to affix Tripura, but when reviews are to be believed, his demand as skilled charges over and above his match payment couldn’t be thought-about.

Saha, within the meantime, has requested for a No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) after Debabrata Das, the affiliation joint secretary, had questioned his dedication and integrity and alleged that he faked accidents to skip Ranji Trophy matches.

Saha was livid with Das’s feedback and needed an unconditional apology, however nothing of that kind has occurred as of now.

DIGS AT BCCI PRESIDENT

Since Rahul Dravid, the present head coach of the Indian cricket group, instructed him that on the age of 37, he’s too previous to be the reserve wicketkeeper, Saha has commented that he was dropped regardless of assurances from Sourav Ganguly, the BCCI president.

“We fully understand Saha’s disappointment after being dropped from the Indian team. But time and again, he is slyly bringing BCCI president in every media interaction and also talking about selection matters which is breaking clause of a centrally contracted player,” a BCCI supply, on situation of anonymity, was quoted as saying.