Former India player Vinod Kambli has opened up about his financial troubles and urged the Mumbai Cricket Association to provide him with a job as he has a family to look after.
He is dependednt on a pension provided by the BCCI. According to reports, a businessman from Maharashtra has come forward to help the veteran cricketer.
Kambli was a sensational player at the start of his career but lost touch after indulging himself in non-cricket-related stuff.
Although Kambli went on to play for the Men in Blues in over 100 ODIs, he never looked convincing due to his bad habits.
Meanwhile, the businessman has offered him a job in the finance division of Sahyadri Industry Group in Mumbai with a monthly salary of INR 1 lakh. The 50-year-old is yet to respond to the offer.