This veteran former spinner can get command of the Chief Selector of Team India
This veteran former spinner can get command of the Chief Selector of Team India

New Delhi: After the appointment of many other important posts in the Indian team including the head coach, now the appointment of the Chief Selector of the team is to be done. MSK Prasad currently holds the post. His term ends in October. Who will be appointed to this post will be decided next month when the Board of Control for Cricket in India and Annual General Meeting will be held. The date of the election and AGM has been extended by one day, which is from October 22 to 23. This election has been taken forward in view of the assembly elections to be held in the state.

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According to the information, Laxman Sivaramakrishnan, former spinner of Team India, can be made the chairman of the selector's committee of the Indian cricket team, which is a strong contender and leading the race. According to an English newspaper, the BCCI has spoken to several former players for the post.

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Laxman Sivaramakrishnan played 9 Test matches and 16 ODIs for Team India between 1983 and 1987. Prasad's term ends on October 23 at the time of the AGM. After this, Laxman Sivaramakrishnan may get the responsibility of the chief selector of the Indian team. According to the information, the board may appoint Lakshman Sivaramakrishnan to the post to avoid conflict of pay and interests.

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