Sourav Ganguly’s four-nation tournament a flop notion: Rashid Latif – Periods of India

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Rashid Latif

feels the four-nation-event proposal revealed by BCCI president

Sourav Ganguly

will be a “flop” like the “Huge Three model”.

The previous wicketkeeper noticed it as an endeavor by the formidable trio of India, Australia and England to isolate other member nations.

“By actively playing this kind of a collection, these four nations want to isolate the other member nations, which is not very good information. But I feel this will be a flop notion like the ‘Big Three’ design, which was released a couple many years back again,” explained Latif in a YouTube video clip.

Last week, Ganguly experienced stated strategies are afoot to organise a four-nation meet up with, involving cricket’s heavyweights, from 2021, for which conversations experienced been held with England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and Cricket Australia (CA).

“Australia, England, India and a different major staff will attribute in the Tremendous Collection, which commences in 2021, and the first edition of the match will be played in India,” Ganguly, a former India captain, experienced claimed in Kolkata.

The transfer is also being seen as an try by the ‘Big Three’ of earth cricket to counter the designs to insert an extra 50-overs globe occasion to the following ICC Long run Excursions Programme.

The ECB claimed in a statement they they are open to conversations on it.

“We fulfill regularly with other leaders from the important cricketing nations to share learnings and talk about topics that impression our activity. A four-nation match was lifted at a conference with the BCCI in December and we are open to conversations with other ICC customers to see if this concept can produce,” the ECB experienced stated in a statement.

Ganguly, BCCI secretary Jay Shah and treasurer Arun Dhumal held talks in London previously this thirty day period with ECB officers, led by chairman Colin Graves, throughout which they may possibly have explored the plan.