BCCI (Indian Cricket Board) President Sourav Ganguly is excited over India’s football season starting in the midst of the Kovid-19 pandemic as he believes the successful event of the Indian Super League (ISL) will lead to big competitions across the country. Fear will reduce. Ganguly, co-owner of ATK Mohun Bagan Football Club, on Thursday hoped that the ISL to be held in a biologically safe environment in Goa will inspire other sports.
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The BCCI President recently oversaw the successful conduct of the Indian Premier League in the ‘Bio-Bubble’ in the United Arab Emirates. He said in the Instagram live season for the official handle of ISL that the first sports competition would be held in India after the lockdown. This is the beginning of a very good thing because life needs to return to normalcy. We need to be normal in our lives and keep the fear away.
Ganguly said that fear is affecting people more than people are infected. Like I don’t want to go there, I don’t want to go among people. It is unsafe, it is unsafe. The former captain said, “I think a good ISL session will remove all these doubts.”
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