Hanuma Vihari Seeks NOC from Andhra Cricket Association for Team Switch

The ongoing saga between Hanuma Vihari and the Andhra Pradesh Cricket Association has been a hot topic since the Ranji Trophy days. Despite responding to the show-cause notice, Vihari has yet to request a No Objection Certificate (NOC) to pursue opportunities with another team. The tension between the player and the association continues to simmer.

Vihari-ACA Saga:

Following Andhra’s narrow quarter-final loss against Madhya Pradesh in the 2023-24 Ranji Trophy, Hanuma Vihari took to Instagram to voice his frustration, stating he would no longer represent Andhra due to mistreatment by the Andhra Cricket Association (ACA). Vihari alleged that he was forced to relinquish his captaincy following the opening-round match against Bengal, citing political interference as the reason. Despite leading the team to an impressive chase of 410 against Bengal, Vihari claimed that a dispute with the 17th player, who subsequently complained to his politician father, prompted the association to take action against him.

Approximately a month after Vihari’s accusations of political interference resulting in his removal as Andhra captain, the ACA issued a notice to him. The notice was likely in response to Vihari’s public statements and aimed to address the allegations made against the association. The situation between Vihari and the ACA underscores the complexities and challenges faced by players in navigating the dynamics between cricket administration and external influences, highlighting the need for transparent and fair governance within cricketing bodies.

Vihari’s Next Move:

Hanuma Vihari, who captained Andhra in a solitary Ranji Trophy match last season, informed the ACA that he had previously disclosed the circumstances surrounding his abrupt dismissal as captain. To change associations, players need a No Objection Certificate (NOC). This document serves as permission from the current association and is necessary for players seeking to join another team or association.

Before the 2023/24 season, Vihari had expressed his desire to leave Andhra, reportedly aiming to join Madhya Pradesh. Various sources suggested that the former Indian cricketer sought a transfer to Madhya Pradesh, indicating his intention to pursue opportunities with a different team. But the fans have to wait to see him in another jersey. 

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The ongoing saga between Hanuma Vihari and the Andhra Pradesh Cricket Association has been a hot topic since the Ranji Trophy days. Despite responding to the show-cause notice, Vihari has yet to request a No Objection Certificate (NOC) to pursue opportunities with another team. The tension between the player and the association continues to simmer.

Vihari-ACA Saga:

Following Andhra's narrow quarter-final loss against Madhya Pradesh in the 2023-24 Ranji Trophy, Hanuma Vihari took to Instagram to voice his frustration, stating he would no longer represent Andhra due to mistreatment by the Andhra Cricket Association (ACA). Vihari alleged that he was forced to relinquish his captaincy following the opening-round match against Bengal, citing political interference as the reason. Despite leading the team to an impressive chase of 410 against Bengal, Vihari claimed that a dispute with the 17th player, who subsequently complained to his politician father, prompted the association to take action against him.

Approximately a month after Vihari's accusations of political interference resulting in his removal as Andhra captain, the ACA issued a notice to him. The notice was likely in response to Vihari's public statements and aimed to address the allegations made against the association. The situation between Vihari and the ACA underscores the complexities and challenges faced by players in navigating the dynamics between cricket administration and external influences, highlighting the need for transparent and fair governance within cricketing bodies.

Vihari’s Next Move:

Hanuma Vihari, who captained Andhra in a solitary Ranji Trophy match last season, informed the ACA that he had previously disclosed the circumstances surrounding his abrupt dismissal as captain. To change associations, players need a No Objection Certificate (NOC). This document serves as permission from the current association and is necessary for players seeking to join another team or association.

Before the 2023/24 season, Vihari had expressed his desire to leave Andhra, reportedly aiming to join Madhya Pradesh. Various sources suggested that the former Indian cricketer sought a transfer to Madhya Pradesh, indicating his intention to pursue opportunities with a different team. But the fans have to wait to see him in another jersey. 

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