BCCI has sprung to the assistance of Indian captain MS Dhoni over his powerful remarks slamming the Review System.BCCI fired off a notice the ICC, objecting to its Gm David Richarson’s complaint of skipper Dhoni in the press. It has asked the ICC to teach the ex – SA cricketer from making this kind of remarks.
“The BCCI takes powerful argument to Richardson criticising the Indian skipper MS Dhoni. David’s remark that the Indian skipper should know the guideline is out of place,” Indian cricket board secretary claimed in a notice to Haroon Lorgat. “For (an) ICC associate to criticise a cricketer for his post-match media convention while the WC is being played tantamounts to pressurising the cricketer. Mr David has no legal right to do so,” he explained.
That the BCCI and it’s country’s skipper don’t think much about the DRS is no hidden secret. India have rejected to utilize the Review System for bilateral cricketers indicating the technology failed to provide a critical judgement. To best it, the organization which manages Hot Spot rejected to provide that important DRS systems support for the WC 2011.