Why did Dilip Vengsarkar break the rules to include MS Dhoni in BCCI's TRDW, this was the reason

Why did Dilip Vengsarkar break the rules to include MS Dhoni in BCCI’s TRDW, this was the reason


New Delhi: Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, no sports tournament is being played in the world. In such a scenario, all players are either active on social media or trying something new at home. Meanwhile, after the IPL training session was canceled, MS Dhoni is also in Ranchi and spending time with his family.


However, some new secret information releases are being published here daily about MS Dhoni. Meanwhile, former captain of Team India and chairman of the selection committee, Dilip Vengsarkar has also said a great deal about Dhoni.

Dilip Vengsarkar broke the rules of the Indian Cricket Board of Control’s Talent Resource Development Wing (TRDW) in favor of Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Explain that when Dhoni joined TRDW, he was 21 years old, while players were 19 years old. Vengsarkar was broke the rule of age limit for Dhoni to include him in TRDW.


Mentioning the reason behind Vengsarkar, it is said that Mahendra Singh Dhoni was included in the TRDW scheme at the age of 21 when the age of 19 was fixed. Vengsarkar said that Dhoni was included in the order of former Bengal captain Prakash Poddar. Poddar went to Jamshedpur to watch the under-19 match.

At that time, the Bihar team was playing one-day matches at adjacent Kenan Stadium and the ball was coming out of the stadium repeatedly. Then Poddar wondered who was hitting the ball so far. When he found out, he could know about Dhoni.

Vengsarkar also said, “I have included Dhoni in the TRDW under the direction of Poddar.” Let us tell you that TRDW means Talent Research Development Wing. It introduced BCCI to recognize the talent of local players but was later discontinued. Now, that’s something at the National Cricket Academy. TRDW was started by Jagmohan Dalmiya.

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