Spin legend Bishen Singh Bedi has said that he felt 'sorry' for Anil Kumble for having to quit as India head coach due to differences with Virat Kohli, and slammed the BCCI for allowing this to happen. Bedi found fault with BCCI officials for allowing such a situation to develop in which the coach had to step down. "I feel it was
Bedi blamed the BCCI officials for allowing such a situation to develop in which the coach had to step down. "I feel it was
"I feel it was most avoidable situation. It is not between who is boss on the field and who is boss off the field. They both serve in the game in their own capacity. The need to agree to disagree is seldom followed. We are all grown up adults and we can have a difference of opinion. But we cannot have different path," Bedi said
"You have allowed this to develop in the first place. Who allowed this? They (the BCCI) allowed. They are disqualified people, disqualified as far as Lodha panel is concerned, these BCCI officials," he said.
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