In a thrilling turnaround of occasions, it has been perceived that Rahul Dravid is the topmost priority to supplant Ravi Shastri as group India’s Head Coach. Shastri’s residency in charge closes after the T20 World Cup that is set to initiate on October 17 in the UAE and Oman. He will become ineligible to reapply for the position attributable to age limitation governs presently set up.
A few reports have as of now surfaced before about BCCI requesting that Dravid assume control over the head coach department while a few days before it was likewise informed that the last ‘affably’ declined.
Nonetheless, the new reports propose the incredible cricketer may assume responsibility for the reserved alcove staff for the home series against New Zealand to start from November 17.
“It is understood that BCCI officials have been involved in discussions with Dravid for a few months now and there has been speculation about him succeeding Shastri ever since he stepped into the job in an interim capacity when India were forced to send a second-string team to Sri Lanka for a limited-overs series last July, when many of the first-choice players were in England for the Test series,” reports suggested by ESPNCricinfo.
Rahul Dravid, since left the international cricketer, has been adding to Indian Cricket every which way. He was first the mentor of India Under-19 group and afterward turned into the lead trainer at the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru. Before long he was raised to the Director post and has been in charge starting around 2019.
Notwithstanding the reports of Dravid driving the lead trainer race, BCCI is probably going to promote for the position officially. Notwithstanding, the Indian board probably won’t look past Rahul Dravid on the off chance that he applies.
The residencies of bowling trainer Bharat Arun and handling mentor R Sridhar are additionally finishing and the BCCI will promote for those positions as well. Paras Mhambrey, Dravid’s delegate at the NCA, is the top choice to take over as the bowling trainer.