New Delhi: Asserting that he he has abided by the prevailing conflict of interest regulations, India A coach Rahul Dravid has called for more clarity on the issue by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).
Dravid, who coaches the India A and India U-19 sides, is under a 10-month contract with the BCCI so that he can also focus on his other job of being a mentor for the Delhi Daredevils squad.
The issue had drawn the ire of former Co member Ramchandra Guha. “Yes, I have written to the CoA explaining my position and explaining the background against which this perceived conflict of interest has happened,” Dravid told ESPNcricinfo on Friday.
“By the BCCI’s conflict of interest rules, I was absolutely not under a conflict of interest. If the rules have changed midway through the contract, then I think it is unfair to criticise me for breaking the rules.”...