The Indian Premier League (IPL) suffered a blow a few days in the past as its title sponsor, Chinese language cell phone maker Vivo, “paused” its partnership with the Indian cricket board for this version of the Twenty20 event. However Sourav Ganguly, the president of the Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) and former captain of the Indian crew, doesn’t wish to name this section a disaster.
“I might not name it a monetary disaster. It’s a little bit little bit of a blip and the one manner you are able to do (overcome) that’s by being professionally robust over a time period. Huge issues don’t come in a single day, huge issues don’t go away in a single day. Preparation for a protracted time period will get you prepared for losses, and success,” Ganguly stated in a webinar organised by S. Chand on Saturday.
The BCCI is but to zero in on a substitute for Vivo. “BCCI is a robust basis. The sport, the directors up to now have made it so robust that the BCCI is ready to deal with all these blips,” he stated.
Ganguly additionally admitted that the resumption of cricket in England has given confidence to different stakeholders about restarting the game. “Should you have a look at England, there’s county cricket happening all over the place. There’s soccer occurring; they simply completed the Premier League. That provides you confidence that if they’ll go across the nation and get cricket finished, if we’ve the precise medical employees and the groups are unfold out in numerous venues and we do it clinically and professionally, I’m positive we are able to get previous this. There isn’t a assure to something. It’s a must to consider in your self,” the BCCI chief stated.