19/08/2009

Virender Sehwag threatens to quit Delhi Ranji team

Virender Sehwag may quit playing for the Delhi Ranji Trophy team.

Apparently, unhappy in not getting his way, Virender Sehwag alleged that the DDCA officials indulged in favouritism when it comes to selecting the Delhi Ranji Trophy cricket team.

The DDCA officials have dismissed Virender Sehwag’s allegation outright and in turn have accused him for using pressure tactics thus indirectly condemning him of indulging in favouritism of his own.

In what can be termed as fishing in troubled waters, the Haryana Cricket Association (HCA) has declared that they will be happy to include Virender Sehwag in their team.

It is reported that Gautam Gambhir, Ishant Sharma and Ashish Nehra are likely to go the Sehwag way and leave the Delhi Ranji Trophy team.

However, there is every chance that once Virender Sehwag’s meets with DDCA President Arun Jaitely all this may well become a storm in a teacup. The meeting is scheduled to take place on either the 27 th or the 28 of this month.

5 Comments:

Blogger LVISS said...

DDCA SHOULD ALLOW THESE PLAYERS TO GO . CAN ONE TEAM ACCOMODATE ALL THE PLAYERS WHO COME OUT. RANJI IS ALSO LOSING ITS CHARM.

19/08/2009, 07:04  
Blogger Vikas said...

DDCA should not lose this key player just because of the grievance.It can be solved.If they will lose then there will be nothing like state teams with state players in Ranji trophy because this player will become part of some other theam.

19/08/2009, 10:01  
Anonymous Philip said...

anyway, who plays and who watches Ranji these days? They should scrap the tourney and get rid of the sham of a tournament.

19/08/2009, 10:36  
Anonymous Som said...

DDCA is a cesspool of corruption and players like Bishan Singh Bedi tried to overhaul the management but could not.

19/08/2009, 10:53  
Blogger straight point said...

its pity that players like sehwag, gambhir etc have to resort to coup to put the point across...but i afraid even this may not be enough to open the eyes...

19/08/2009, 13:50  

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