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 Sanjay Manjrekar evoked anger, questioned BCCI's removal from commentary


Sanjay Manjrekar is famous for his sharp comments on cricketers. The BCCI has shown the way out of the commentary panel to Sanjay Manjrekar. After which Sanjay Manjrekar has taken out his anger on BCCI. It happened recently that BCCI had removed Sanjay Manjrekar from the commentary panel of the ODI series against South Africa, although no match of this series happened. The first match of the three-match ODI series against South Africa was washed out by rain, followed by the second ODI in Lucknow on March 15 and Kolkata on March 18. But later it was also canceled due to virus.

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After the BCCI's decision, Sanjay Manjrekar said - I have always respected commentary and considered it an honor to do commentary, but I never considered myself worthy of it.

Manjrekar also said that it is up to my employer whether he chooses me for this job or not and I will always respect it, maybe for the last few years BCCI was not happy with my work, professionally I Accept it.

Some time ago it was said by quoting media report that Manjrekar has been removed from the commentary panel by the BCCI, sources in the board also confirmed it. However, it was not clear what caused them to be removed. He was also not present during the Dharamshala ODI between India and South Africa, while Sunil Gavaskar Laxman, Sivaramakrishnan, Murali Karthik, were present on the BCCI commentary panel. Cricket commentator Sanjay Manjrekar was in the news after criticizing Ravindra Jadeja during the World Cup 2019 last year. 

Sanjay Manjrekar had said about Ravindra Jadeja that he likes me players who perform in pieces, as Ravindra Jadeja is doing in ODIs. After this, Ravindra Jadeja had also heard a lot of tweets by tweeting Manjrekar. In the semifinal match against New Zealand, Jadeja gave a befitting reply to Manjrekar by playing an innings of 77 runs.

"I have always considered commentary as a great privilege, but never an entitlement. It is up to my employers whether they choose to have me or not & I will always respect that. Maybe BCCI has not been happy with my performance of late. I accept that as a professional."


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