Former skipper Sourav Ganguly says he is not in position to take up India's coaching job
Ganguly says another job at the moment means he cannot do both at the same time.
New Delhi: Former Indian cricket team captain Sourav Ganguly has stated that he isn't in a position to take up the job of Indian cricket team's head coach even if the job was offered to him.
Speaking to NDTV, Ganguly who is the president of the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) and he said that having another job at the moment means he cannot do both at the same time.
"I really don't know as I have got another job to do at the moment. I am actually running the cricket (as CAB president). You can't do both at the same time. You have to see where life goes. At the present moment, 'No' (to coaching) as I am an administrator with responsibilities of running the game," Ganguly said.
The former India skipper was also asked whether he could be the next BCCI President and he replied saying he has just started his career as an administrator and is currently living for the day and the moment.
"I really don't know. I have just started a career and I don't where it will go and where it will finish. I don't rule out anything in life nor do I look too far forward either. I live for the day and the moment. I am trying to do the job I have at present to the best of my abilities and let's see what happens," he said.
Ganguly who was a part of the Cricket Advisory Committee formed by the BCCI said that he had no idea whether it still exists or not.
"To be honest, I don't know whether that committee exists at all. I think team is doing well and may be we will have to think about it in future."