Indian team manager Sunil sent back to India for alleged misbehaviour

The Indian team’s administrative manager Sunil Subramaniam has been asked by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to return at the earliest from the ongoing tour of the West Indies. Sunil Subramaniam was asked to return midway from the tour for allegedly misbehaving with senior officials from the country’s High Commissions in Guyana as well as in Trinidad and Tobago.

The apex body of the Indian cricket had informed the two High Commissions that Subramaniam was the go-to-man for a commercial that was to be shot in the Caribbean Island. But when an official from the Indian High Commission in Trinidad and Tobago checked with the manager, Subramaniam refused to entertain the person.

This is not the first instance where Subramaniam’s below par conduct has come to the fore. In the past too he had been in hot waters, but was let off. Among one of the incidents is the December 2018 Perth Test.

Currently, the Indian team is playing their third and final ODI against the West Indies at the Port of Spain. India is leading against the West Indies by 1-0. Earlier, the men in Blue clinched the T20I series against the Caribbean by a 2-0 verdict.

Bhartendhu Sharma

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