The gag on players talking about other players and playing too much cricket continues.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India on Tuesday sought to gag players from speaking about Sourav Ganguly and the issue of player burnout by warning vice-captain Virender Sehwag from speaking on these subjects to the media.

If you have apprehensions of a burnout, take rest and do not give your opinion on Ganguly, Sehwag was bluntly told by the Board.

Days after the dashing opener had said that Ganguly was “missed” by the team and that the issue of player burnout had been taken up with the Board, he was verbally warned by BCCI secretary Niranjan Shah.

“Sehwag has been warned verbally from speaking to the media on the burnout and Ganguly issue. Players cannot speak on Board policies and selection matters,” Shah declared.

BCCI warns Sehwag



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