Sanjay Manjrekar Former India batsman and well-known broadcaster Sanjay Manjrekar continues to be lowered from Table of Manage for Cricket in India’s [BCCI] commentary board. His axe in the listing could suggest he will not attribute within this year’s IPL too, which now will begin from April 15 rather than the earlier planned date of March 29 as a consequence of coronavirus. As outlined by records in Mumbai Looking glass, Manjrekar had not been contained in Dharamsala in the initially ODI of the South Africa sequence, that has been eventually laundered out with no golf ball getting bowled. Manjrekar’s absence was stark as other board commentators like Sunil Gavaskar, VVS Laxman Sivaramakrishnan, and Murali Kartik have been current at the venue The noted cause of this is the fact that government bodies have been unhappy with his job, therefore, resulting in the axe.
“Maybe he will be remaining out of the IPL panel also. At this point, it is far from along with our heads. But the fact is they are not pleased with his job,” a source was cited as saying by Looking glass. The 54-year-older was involved in two social networking battles with fans this past year and therefore didn’t go down as well as it seems. He initially referred to as Ravindra Jadeja a ‘bits and pieces’ cricketer and after that questioned the accreditations of fellow commentator Harsha Bhogle. Even so, Manjrekar performed apologise for both for his comments at a later time.