Ravi Shastri declared as Team India head coach, Sehwag and Moody were also in the race

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New Delhi: Former cricketer Ravi Shastri has been appointed the coach of the Indian cricket team. He has been appointed the coach of Team India for two years. The news agency ANI has given this information. Earlier on Tuesday, another turn came in the selection of the main coach of the Indian cricket team, when a committee of administrators (COA) created by the apex court to look into the functioning of the Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) told the board that The name of the national coach’s main coach is announced today (on Tuesday). According to the sources, the COA believed that no one should wait for the announcement of the name of the coach and the Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) should give its decision to the board.

It is noteworthy that the three-member CAC of Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly and VVS Laxman had on Monday stopped their decision giving a dramatic turn to coach selection and said that after talking to the team captain Virat Kohli, the name of the coach Will announce.

The CAC had interviewed five people on Monday. These five people include Ravi Shastri, Virender Sehwag, Richard Pybus, Lalchand Rajput and Tom Moody.

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Ganguly said after taking an interview for the post of coach on Monday, “We have decided that we will stop the announcement of the name of coach post for some time. We need some more days for this, as well as some related We want to talk to the people, after which we will announce the name of the coach taking the final decision, we are not in any kind of hurry at this time. ”

CoA Chairman Vinod Rai and its members include Vikram Limaye and Diana Edulji. Shastri’s name is being considered in the race for the coach. The reason for this is the relationship of captain Kohli and Shastri. Kohli is standing in favor of Shastri.

Significantly, Anil Kumble resigned from his post while acknowledging the differences with Captain Kohli. His tenure was on the 18th of June, the ICC Champions Trophy, the Board extended his term till the West Indies tour, but Kumble resigned abruptly and did not go with the Indian team on the tour of the West Indies.

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