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We have not given any offer of GCA and BCA to Wriddhiman Saha MPNRC

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Bangalore: Wriddhiman Saha, who wants to move out of Bengal to pursue his business as a professional, has not received any significant offers from any top state, he claimed.

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Gujarat and Baroda, which were being linked with a possible inter-state transfer of Saha, have refused to make any offers to the 40-Test veteran.

Saha claimed that he had “proposals from several state associations, but I did not give my nod to any of them”.

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“I can confirm that the Gujarat Cricket Association has not made any such offer to Wriddhiman Saha. We have a young keeper named Het Patel, who is doing great for us. Why in the world would we try to spoil his career,” senior GCA official Anil Patel told PTI.

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When Baroda CA secretary Ajit Lele, who is currently in the United States, was contacted, he said that he had no idea about Saha being contacted.

“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 did not voice Saha,” said Lele.

Recently, PTI had reported that Saha was escorted by domestic minor Tripura, one of the eastern zone’s lashing boys, but there are reports that his demand for professional fees exceeded his match fees. cannot be considered.

Tripura CA Secretary Kishor Das could not be reached for comment.

It should be mentioned that Saha has sought a no-objection certificate (NOC) from his home association CAB after the union’s joint secretary Devvrat Das publicly criticized his commitment to Bengal cricket, alleging that he was playing Ranji Trophy. Accused of fake injuries to skip trophy matches.

Angry Saha wanted to apologize unconditionally to Das but it did not happen.

In fact, Das is currently the administrative manager of the Indian team in England, which is proof that the CAB is following its administrator after Saha decided to step away from state team duties.

Regular sarcasm on BCCI president and national selection

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Since India coach Rahul Dravid bluntly told him that at the age of 37, he is too old to be a reserve keeper for the national team, an angry Saha has openly remarked on various forums that he should be appointed as the BCCI President. Was removed despite Sourav Ganguly’s assurances.

“We completely understand Saha’s disappointment after being dropped from the Indian team. But time and again, he is bringing up the BCCI president in every media interaction and also talking about selection matters which is breaking the centrally contracted player clause,” a BCCI source told PTI on conditions of anonymity. But told PTI.

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