''Sourav had lot of things to say, but he will say everything only before the board,'' Ganguly said at his residence hours after returning to the city at the end of the Zimbabwe tour.
''I will explain every detail on what happened from day one to the last day of the series .... whatever is right or wrong will be conveyed to the board if it provides me with anopportunity,'' Ganguly said.
Asked why Chappell made these remarks in an e-mail complaint to the board, Ganguly said, ''I obviously don't know why he has done this..... I can't stop Chappell from making comments. That is his point of view. I do what I think is right,'' Ganguly said.
Treading a cautious path, Ganguly said, ''I have got an answer to whatever is being said which I cannot say in a press conference. That will only add fuel to the fire.''
''After being around for 10 years and being part of a successful team I cannot do that,'' he said.
Asked specifically about the complaints, Ganguly said, ''These are all very dirty issues. Whatever I say will be blown out of context.''