Virat Kohli and selectors are important persons, let them take decision on MS Dhoni's future: Sourav Ganguly

Many ex-cricketers are of opinion that the former India skipper should decide on his future himself.
Virat Kohli and selectors are important persons, let them take decision on MS Dhoni's future: Sourav GangulyMS Dhoni's retirement talks have been doing the rounds for quiet sometime now. (Photo: Getty)
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MS Dhoni's retirement news has been the talk of the town after team India skipper Virat Kohli recently tweeted a picture of himself and Dhoni which increased the speculation of his retirement but Dhoni wife Sakshi and chief selector MSK Prasad denied the rumours. 

Even MSD  is yet to utter a word about his future with the Indian cricket team, leaving the cricket fraternity and fans in a state of confusion. Many ex-cricketers are of opinion that the former India skipper should decide on his future himself.  

But former India captain Sourav Ganguly feels Virat Kohli and the selectors should take a call on MS Dhoni's future. "I don't know what the selectors think, what Virat thinks. They are the important persons, let them make the decision," Sourav Ganguly said. 

India's home season began with the first T20I against South Africa being washed out. The second match of the T20I series is scheduled to take place on September 18 in Mohali. 

Ganguly is currently the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) president, besides being associated with IPL franchise Delhi Capitals as the team advisor, but the former skipper played did not play down the idea of coaching the national team. 

"Let one coach finish, then we will think about the other coach," said the 47-year old with a smile on his face.

 "In any case I am already a coach. I look after the Delhi Capitals in the IPL. In my first season last year, they did well. They went to the semifinals from being last for last seven years so it's been good," he added.

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