New Delhi: Former Indian team explosive batsman Yuvraj Singh has congratulated Sourav Ganguly for taking command of the BCCI. With this, he said that it would have been good for him if he had taken charge of the board when there was a great demand for the Yo-Yo test. Yuvraj had announced his retirement in June this year, revealing that the BCCI had promised him a farewell match in the event of his failure in the Yo-Yo Test, but he was successful in passing the test, which led him not to miss this farewell match. met.
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Yuvraj tweeted, "Great person, equally great journey. From Indian captain to the post of BCCI president. I think it would be wonderful to be an administrator of a cricketer so that others will also get a chance to understand the management according to the players. I wish you were president when there was a demand for the yo-yo test. Goodluck Dada". After this tweet, Sourav Ganguly also replied to Yuvraj Singh. He wrote, "Thank you for the good wishes, you have won us the World Cup. Now the time has come to do something good for the game. You are my superstar May God bless you".
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In September, former cricketer Yuvraj Singh had expressed his displeasure with the BCCI on his retirement. He also questioned the management behaviour of the Indian cricket team. According to Yuvi, he felt that the team management was looking for excuses to remove him, so the Yo-Yo test was made mandatory.
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