In what can be known as a shocking turn of events, Tom Moody, Sunrisers Hyderabad’s Director of Cricket, is looking to supplant Ravi Shastri as Team India’s head coach following the finish of T20 World Cup 2021.
Truth be told, firing David Warner as Sunrisers Hyderabad commander was allegedly a piece of Moody’s arrangement of getting the situation at rudder. For the unversed, Warner, who was SRH’s chief toward the beginning of the period, was sacked halfway after the group’s helpless show in the initial not many matches.
Not just that, the swank opener was even dropped from the playing XI as Kane Williamson assumed control over the position of authority. It was without a doubt a stunning call from the group the executives as Warner is one of the best hitters in IPL history. Indeed, he just directed SRH to their maiden IPL title in 2016.
Henceforth, SRH’s choice set the troublemaker in the mix. While Tom Moody and SRH lead coach Trevor Bayliss have more than once said the choice was taken to change the side’s fortunes, foxsports.com.au detailed Tom Moody fired Warner to reinforce his odds of turning into India’s next lead trainer.
“It’s believed the Sunrisers’ owners are influential figures in the BCCI, which could explain the decision to leave Warner out for their past half-a-dozen matches and turn to youth. Warner, too, has been approached by a number of other IPL franchises, who have been shocked by the run-scoring machine being sidelined,” suggested in the reports.
Eminently, Warner got several possibilities after the season resumption. In any case, scores of 0 and 2 implied the left handed batsman was sacked once more. Moreover, he was unable to try and go with the group to the arena as he was avoided with regards to the 18-man crew.
According to the Covid-19 conventions, a drawn out 18-man crew was brought to the match-day scenes. Talking on the matter, Bayliss had said the call was taken to youthful players as a possibility as SRH are out of the season finisher race.
We can’t make the final so we have made a decision that we want the young players to experience not just the matches but time at the ground, around the set-up, and for this match (against KKR), we made the decision. (Warner) was not the only experienced player we left back at the hotel,”stated by Bayliss.