Former Indian Cricketer Hints a Massive Change in Indian Cricket Domestic League

Former Indian Cricketer, Manoj Tiwary, has called for the abolishment of the revered Ranji Trophy. He expressed his disillusionment with the prestigious domestic tournament, highlighting a perceived decline in its significance and allure.

Former India cricketer and current Bengal captain, Manoj Tiwary, has ignited a debate within the cricketing fraternity by advocating for the abolishment of the revered Ranji Trophy. Tiwary, who also holds the position of sports minister in West Bengal, expressed his disillusionment with the prestigious domestic tournament, highlighting a perceived decline in its significance and allure.

In a candid statement, Tiwary voiced his concerns about the current state of the Ranji Trophy, lamenting that “so many things are going wrong” and asserting that “so many things need to be looked into in order to save this prestigious tournament.” While he refrained from specifying the exact issues plaguing the competition, Tiwary hinted at underlying problems that have prompted his radical stance.

The seasoned cricketer indicated his intention to divulge further details regarding the shortcomings of the Ranji Trophy upon concluding his career in the tournament. Tiwary, who has been a stalwart for Bengal cricket, revealed his decision to bid farewell to Ranji Trophy and first-class cricket following the match against Bihar at the iconic Eden Gardens.

Tiwary’s bold pronouncements have sparked intense discussions regarding the future trajectory of the Ranji Trophy, an event steeped in tradition and revered as India’s premier domestic cricketing showcase since its inception in 1934. His call for the tournament’s abolition has brought to the fore the urgent need for potential reforms to address the issues raised by the former cricketer and sports minister.

As stakeholders deliberate on the fate of the Ranji Trophy, Tiwary’s impassioned plea serves as a rallying cry for introspection and reform within the realm of Indian domestic cricket, with the hope of revitalizing and preserving the legacy of one of the sport’s most cherished tournaments.