On Saturday, Hooda left the group citing points with captain Krunal Pandya

A day after leaving the group over alleged misconduct of his captain Krunal Pandya, Baroda allrounder Deepak Hooda has confronted backlash from the Baroda Cricket Affiliation (BCA), which has stated the participant put himself “above the group”.

Terming Hooda’s actions as a “misconduct”, BCA chief govt officer Shishir Hattangadi knowledgeable Hooda that each the BCCI in addition to his IPL franchise – Kings XI Punjab – would learn. As well as, he was additionally knowledgeable of a doable sanction.

On Saturday, Hooda accused Pandya of “bullying” him and utilizing abusive language at coaching in Vadodara, the place the group relies for the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. On Sunday, Pandya scored an aggressive half-century in Baroda’s snug win over Uttarakhand.

“Firstly, by strolling away from a duty of vice captaincy and leaving the group due to a distinction you’ve gotten despatched out a message that you simply maintain your self above the group and that embodies your angle and dedication to your group,” Hattangadi advised Hooda in an e-mail on Sunday.

Hattangadi, a former Mumbai captain, stated although Hooda had claimed in his electronic mail on Saturday that he was a “group man”, by strolling out, he had in actual fact “showcased immaturity in the way in which you’ve gotten dealt with a problem.”

The Baroda CEO additionally talked about that Hooda was searching for “self sympathy” by disclosing his facet of the story to the media when he might have tried to resolve the problem with the group administration and the BCA quietly.

“There isn’t a group that does not have variations however to stroll away and discuss to the media giving solely your facet of the story is a case of searching for unwarranted publicity and placing self earlier than the sport. We settle for your unavailability and can take crucial motion in the perfect curiosity of the sport, its values and the repute of the Baroda Cricket Affiliation.”

Hattangadi advised ESPNcricinfo that he had spoken to Pandya in addition to Baroda head coach Prabhakar Bairgond and group supervisor Dharmendra Arothe earlier than sending the e-mail to Hooda.

“It wasn’t as disagreeable as he [Hooda] made it out to be,” Hattangadi stated. “It was solely a query of following directions from the captain [Pandya] on sure routines in the course of the observe which he refused to do. After which there was a little bit of an argument between the 2.”

Pandya advised Hattangadi that he had solely “insisted” all gamers together with Hooda ought to do fielding routines. Hooda, as a substitute, advised Pandya he would stick with it along with his batting drills. As a captain Pandya “exercised his authority” to take care of “decorum” of the group setting. In accordance with Hattangadi, the group administration tried to mediate, however Hooda determined to go away the group.

Hattangadi advised Hooda the BCA had “zero tolerance” in the direction of anybody who doesn’t “respect” home and state cricket. “As a result of in the end IPL could provide the fame and the fortune however that is the place you make the title from. And all that you simply owe the state is dedication. His [Hooda’s] outburst is unwarranted and does not maintain anyplace within the values of the sport.

“I’ve had a chat together with your franchisee and I’ve sufficient cause to decipher that we’ll make sure that we write to the BCCI of your misconduct. After suggestions from the group administration ( and others) I’ve cause to consider we’ll take up this matter as significantly throughout the affiliation as we’ll with the BCCI and the IPL Governing Council.”

Nagraj Gollapudi is information editor at ESPNcricinfo


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