Rahul Dravid has applied for the position of India’s Head Coach.
According to several sources, Rahul Dravid, a former Indian batsman, has sought the role of Team India’s head coach. This follows the BCCI’s invitation to candidates for the job of head coach for the Indian team, as well as rumors that Ravi Shastri will step down after the T20 World Cup, which is now underway.
Yes, Dravid has expressed interest in being Team India’s head coach, and Laxman is undoubtedly in the race to manage the NCA.” “Discussions are now happening, and we’ll see how things go. VVS Laxman, according to the source, is in the race to follow Dravid as the head of the National Cricket Academy (NCA). According to the source, Dravid is prepared to take over as the team’s head coach when Ravi Shastri retires. Dravid has agreed, and things can’t get any better than this. While Vikram will continue to be a batting coach, the other positions will be investigated. The Indian squad is in transition, with new players coming in, and they have all worked with Dravid, making it simpler for Indian cricket to continue on its road to being world-beaters on the field.
Dravid as India’s A Coach
Dravid was named temporary coach of India’s white-ball squad for the limited-overs series against Sri Lanka earlier this year. In the absence of Ravi Shastri, who is in England with the regular Indian Test team for a bilateral series, Dravid was assigned the duty. A new-look Indian team led by Shikhar Dhawan won the ODI series 2-1 under Dravid’s guidance. However, the visitors were unable to make an impression in the T20I series since several prominent players were forced to leave the camp following the first match due to a COVID-19 epidemic.
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