Mumbai: In the 88th Annual General Meeting of BCCI at Mumbai on Sunday, president Sourav Ganguly has conceded that the board is mulling to propose an IPL hall of fame for cricketers who have delivered exceptional performance in the T20 league.
“IPL hall of fame for players who have delivered exceptional performance in the T20 league,” Ganguly said after the 88th Annual General Meeting in Mumbai.
Sourav Ganguly also hinted at a green signal for IPL teams to play outside India. However, the royalty fee for playing abroad has to be discussed with BCCI.
MSK Prasad’s eventful stint as the selection committee chairman also came to an end with Ganguly stating “you cannot go beyond your tenure”.
The first AGM with former captain Sourav Ganguly at the helm was successfully held and during the meeting, the members questioned some of the financial steps taken by the Committee of Administrators (COA) during their time in charge of the board.
Regarding the amendments which also include President Ganguly’s current nine-month stint which can get an extension if the BCCI dilutes the specific reform on tenure-cap as mandated by the SC-appointed Lodha Committee, it was decided that legal opinion will be sought first and clarifications will be sought for changes from the Supreme Court.