By Lokendra Pratap Sahi
Pune (The Telegraph): Sourav Ganguly, the Pune Warriors India captain, is “rather undecided” on whether he’ll be playing in the IPL next season.
“I’m rather undecided... Frankly, I haven’t given it much thought,” Sourav told The Telegraph at the Marriott on Friday evening.
Should Sourav decide to call it a day, then his appearance against the Kolkata Knight Riders (on Saturday) will be his last in the tournament.
There’s been a question mark over Sourav’s future after owner Subrata Roy went on TV to announce that, next season, he’d be a “mentor.” Not a mentor-cum-player.
That was more than a week ago and, apparently, there has been no one-on-one between Sourav and Roy in this period.
According to Sourav, he has a three-year contract with the Warriors, which means he has a year left.
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