Ex-Indian captain Sourav Ganguly set to become BCCI President

Sourav Ganguly, ex-Indian captain to become BCCI President
MUMBAI: Former India captain Sourav Ganguly is likely to become the president of the country´s cricket board.
According to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), Monday is the last day for filing nominations before board elections that will be held on 23rd  October.
According to the BCCI, Sourav Ganguly is the only candidate for the top post after a meeting in Mumbai. 
According to the Indian press, Ganguly during an interview on Monday said that his priority as president would be to polish BCCI´s image.
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He said, “I am taking over at a time when BCCI has not been in greatest of position for the last three years. Its image has got hampered quite a lot. It´s a great opportunity for me to do something good.” 
Ganguly added, “Financially, India is a cricketing powerhouse, so it will be a challenge.” 
One of the most successful national captains in the sport, Ganguly retired from Test cricket in 2008 having accumulated 7,212 runs. Last month he was re-elected president of the Cricket Association of Bengal.
India is the world´s number one-ranked Test team, it is currently playing a home Test series against South Africa.
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