There is a lot of speculation about who will be the next head coach of the Indian cricket team. Ravi Shastri, who is currently playing the role of head coach of Team India, is expiring after the T20 World Cup. The board is not in a mood to go ahead with this deal and Shastri has also made it clear that he will resign from his post after this tournament. Meanwhile, the discussion about the claim of many former foreign players for this post came to the fore. Which has been rejected by the board.
After the T20 World Cup, the command of the Indian cricket team can be handled by Rohit Sharma in this format. Regular captain Virat Kohli has announced to leave this responsibility after the World Cup. The BCCI also has to take an important decision regarding the head coach of the team. The name of Tom Moody, who is coaching Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League, had surfaced recently, while the name of Mumbai Indians coach Mahila Jayawardene is also in full swing. After all this, the name of former Indian coach Anil Kumble has also surfaced.
According to an English newspaper, a BCCI source has told, "The head coach of the Indian team will not be a foreigner but an Indian. Apart from IPL, one has to work with the Indian team throughout the year. As an Indian coach, the team management would have been very different. Which only an Indian coach can do better."
He further said, "We have had talks with senior players from the Indian cricket team. Yes, but their suggestion should not be mixed with team selection. There is no need to spoil the atmosphere inside the team's dressing room in any way." "