The complaint was lodged at the Marine Drive police station    Getty Images (Representational Image)
The complaint was lodged at the Marine Drive police station Getty Images (Representational Image)

Mumbai: The Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) on Tuesday said it has lodged a police complaint against five players for allegedly submitting forged documents at the time of registration with it. These five players were identified as Soham Panwalkar, Mohd. Faiz Rathod, Amey Chemburkar, Govind Yadav and Altamash Khan, an MCA release issued said. “The decision to lodge a complaint was taken at the MCA’s annual general meeting. The Managing Committee members were today informed about this decision,” MCA sources said. The complaint was lodged at the Marine Drive police station, they said. Sources said that the association would also take action against other players, if they were found guilty on a similar charge. Ranji Trophy 2017-18: MCA puts off selection of coach for Mumbai

“The association is continuing on the path of investigating different cases of players registered with suspicious documents and will proceed with lodging police complaints against the guilty players,” the release said. “MCA’s legal committee is also in the process of finalising the procedure to be followed in cases, where players are guilty of submitting forged documents,” it added. When contacted, deputy Commissioner of Police Manojkumar Sharma of Zone 1 told PTI that police have received a complaint from the MCA and a probe was on. Ajit Agarkar named new chairman of selection committee for Mumbai

Mumbai Cricket Association s (MCA s) Cricket Improvement Committee on Tuesday met to choose the coaches for different age group outfits, but put off selection of the candidate to coach its Ranji Trophy team by a few days. We have appointed coaches for all the age groups barring the Ranji Trophy and will decide on the matter on June 2, informed an MCA source who attended the meeting at the Bandra Kurla Complex.