Amazing Indian batsman Rahul Dravid might be in a spot of trouble, with the most recent updates in the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) constitution, which places him under irreconcilable circumstance.
Dravid, who is as of now the head mentor of the India u-19 side, is additionally contracted with Indian Premier League (IPL) establishment Delhi Daredevils, as an expert.
In any case, under the new constitution of the BCCI, the 44-year-old can’t work for both club and nation.
Dravid’s present contract with the BCCI still has 10 months to go, however arrangements under the past constitution permitted him to assume control over a guiding or an expert part in the IPL also.
With a specific end goal to help give Dravid an exit from this impasse, the BCCI has chosen to pay him a similar sum that he should get from Delhi Daredevils for his consultancy part, as indicated by a report in the Indian Express.
Be that as it may, rather than drilling in the IPL Dravid would be given a part in the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bengaluru, should he choose to take up this offer by the BCCI.