With former Indian cricketer Roger Binny set to succeed him at the top body’s forthcoming AGM, former India captain Sourav Ganguly’s term as a BCCI president is all but finished (Annual General Meeting). This week, it was announced that Jay Shah will keep his position as a secretary while Ganguly would not return to his position for a second term as BCCI’s head. Social media was awash with jokes and postings about Virat Kohli amid the continuing reports and Ganguly’s less-than-definitive declaration about his resignation as BCCI president.

Fans of Kohli remembered the whole incident that had taken place between the 33-year-old and Ganguly before Kohli decided to resign as Test captain a month after being relieved of his ODI responsibilities. Before India traveled to the UAE for the T20 World Cup in September 2021, Kohli had already made it known that he will retire as the T20I captain after the competition. He lost his position as ODI cricket captain later in November. Subsequently, Ganguly claimed that the BCCI had urged him to change his mind, but Kohli later denied this, claiming that he had just been notified of the request one and a half hours before the selection meeting for the South Africa trip. After the conclusion of the Test series in South Africa, Ganguly remained silent about it, and Kohli resigned as the format’s captain as well.

As a result, when the news about Ganguly surfaced, Kohli memes flooded Twitter. Below are a few…

“Playing never ends. Although you can’t be an administrator forever, it’s been interesting to do both and see both perspectives. I’ll strive for greater things in the future “On the sidelines of a Bandhan bank-related event, Ganguly made a statement.

“I worked as a cricket player’s manager. Yes, you had to make choices since there was so much money and cricket going on. Domestic cricket and women’s cricket both exist. Yes, there were occasions when you had to answer calls on your own “Added he.