What he said:
“I feel it is unethical to be a part of any committee of MCA.”
Dilip Vengsarkar feels he has no place in the Mumbai Cricket Association’s scheme of things after being rejected by its members in its recently concluded elections. The former chief national selector refused chairmanship of MCA’s Cricket Improvement Committee (CIC).
What he really meant:
“I’m a proud man. I refuse to legitimise the CIC. ”
What he definitely didn’t:
“Can we have a recall (election), please?”
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