Indian team manager at the Twenty20 World Cup, Ranjib Biswal, on Saturday submitted his report on the side's disastrous campaign in the West Indies to the BCCI highlighting fitness and disciplinary issues.
Biswal said he has made some recommendations to the Board in his report on the trip, which ended in humiliation for inaugural champions India when they were knocked out of the showpiece event after failing to win even a single Super Eights stage match.
"I have submitted the report to the BCCI about the T20 World Cup in the West Indies. The BCCI is looking at the report and they will get back to you," Biswal told reporters after spending close to one-and-a-half hours and the BCCI headquarters.
"There are certain issues, which I have recommended to the BCCI and I hope the Board knows how to react to that and I hope, the Board reacts to that," he added.
A source said the issues, which Biswal is referring to are fitness, discipline and susceptibility to short-pitched bowling, which was thoroughly exposed on the bouncy Caribbean tracks.
"Biswal's report deals with all the issues that happened in the West Indies. The report has suggestions about the need to play more on bouncy wickets, issues relating to discipline and fitness of the players are also there," the source said.
Biswal once again denied media reports of Indian players being involved in a bar brawl in the West Indies after crashing out of the World Cup.
"That incident never took place. It was just a verbal talk and there is nothing substantial to that. There was an argument because the boys, who went there (to the pub) for dinner, were harassed by some Indian fans. There is nothing much about it," he said.
Sources said coach Gary Kirsten, who is reportedly unhappy with the players' fitness and commitment, will also submit a separate report to the BCCI.