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Dinesh Karthik told Chandrakant Pandit Ranji Trophy’s ‘Alex Ferguson’, know who this legend is

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Chandrakant pandit and Alex Ferguson


  • Chandrakant Pandit wins his sixth title as a coach
  • Madhya Pradesh became champion for the first time
  • Dinesh Karthik told Alex Ferguson about Ranji

For any team or player to be successful, a guru or guide is always needed and in such a situation, if a coach like Chandrakant Pandit is found, success is sure. Whether in Vidarbha or Madhya Pradesh, Chandrakant Pandit is credited with taking his first Ranji Trophy title.

Chandrakant Pandit, a former cricketer and known for being a tough manager, has won his sixth Ranji Trophy title as a coach. Under his guidance, Madhya Pradesh defeated Mumbai, the most successful team in the Ranji Trophy tournament, on Sunday and became champions. This victory was not new to the 60-year-old Pandit, but it was special and memorable in many ways.

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Chandrakant Pandit sixth ranji title as coach

Chandrakant Pandit joined Madhya Pradesh for the first time as a coach and fulfilled his dream of 23 years. He had missed out on leading Madhya Pradesh to the title in 1998-99 under his captaincy. Under his captaincy, MP had to face defeat at the hands of Karnataka in the final and also at Chinnaswamy Stadium, but this time as a coach, he managed to win the Madhya Pradesh title.

Previously, under Pandit, Mumbai won three, Vidarbha two, and now Madhya Pradesh has won one title. After MP’s victory, while Chandrakant Pandit is praised everywhere, Indian cricketer Dinesh Karthik called him Alex Ferguson of Ranji Trophy. In such a situation, let us know who is Alex Ferguson who has been compared to Chandrakant Pandit.

who is alex ferguson

Alex Ferguson was both a footballer and a manager. He is called the most successful team manager in the world of football. He was manager of Manchester United from 1986 to 2013 and during this time he led the team to several titles. He won 49 titles in his coaching career, the most for any other coach. The Scottish footballer was first appointed manager of Manchester United in 1986. Later, during his 26-year tenure, the team won 38 trophies, including 13 Premier League titles, five FA Cups and two Champions League titles. Due to his achievements, he was awarded the knighthood ‘Lord’ in 1999.

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