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NCA plunges into more trouble as coaches quit

Published: Sunday, December 24, 2000, 23:53 [IST]
 
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Mumbai: National Cricket Academy (NCA) director Hanumant Singh and coach Vasu Paranjpe resigned on Saturday citing health reasons, Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) officials said.Coming on the heels of the altercation between the two prima donnas of Indian cricket Raj Singh Dungarpur, who is the chairman of the NCA, and Sunil Gavaskar, which resulted in the latter giving in his resignation, the National Cricket Academy has its hands full with controversy.Even though Hanumant Singh and Vasu Paranjpe have cited health reasons,The fall out between Gavaskar and Dungarpur may have affected them also.With Roger Binny also resigning as the junior coach after Raj Singh Dungarpur wanted Balwinder Singh Sandhu as the coach, the National Cricket Academy appears to be heading for big trouble. UNI

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