‘No one to sign bills in Mumbai Wankhede’

The Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai is scheduled to host fourth limited over match between India and West Indies.

'No one to sign bills in Mumbai Wankhede'

But the Mumbai Cricket Affiliation revealed that they will no longer be capable of hosting the fourth ODI between India and West Indies on October 29th as they lacking any place of work bearer to dispense the bills.

“MCA doesn’t have any signatory, so who will signal bills, who will appoint distributors.

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Who will behavior all the sport. In such cases, it’ll be very tricky for us to carry a world sport. We will be able to put all this situation in entrance of BCCI allow them to take a decision,” MCA official said.

The Mumbai Cricket Affiliation has already fall out under embarrassing situation when the failed to pay the resort expenses for the Mumbai crew throughout the Vijay Hazare event in Bangalore and needed to request BCCI to bail them out.

The MCA, on their necessity to request BCCI to bail them out after the resort government took up the problem with Mumbai crew supervisor Armaan Mallik.

“The primary ten days went lovely neatly however remaining week the resort man sought after us to pay our resort expenses. The tone which used to be used to be very harsh,” crew supervisor Mallik  said later.

The Bombay Top Courtroom appointed two Committee of Administrator justice VN Kanade and Hemant Gokhale to supervise the functioning of MCA however their time period ended on September 15.


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