Vinod Kambli was going big in his international cricket, but his habit of partying and alcohol destroyed his career and took away his financial stability. He is struggling to make ends meet at the moment and is dependent on the pension given by the BCCI.
He is ready for any cricket-related job and has urged the Mumbai Cricket Association to hire him on their payroll. The former player has promised that he will stop drinking alcohol immediately if his job requires him to do so.
“There are rules and regulations which everyone has to follow. I will stop drinking if told to do so. I have no problem at all,” he told Mid-Day.
“I have a family to look after, and MCA can provide me a job at the Wankhede Stadium or BKC. Mumbai cricket has given me a lot,” he added. Kambli played 17 Test matches and 104 ODIs for Team India.