BCCI Will Likely Approach Former Indian Cricketer To Be Interim Coach Of New Zealand Series At Home | XtraTime

Xtra Time Web Desk: The Indian Cricket Control Board (BCCI) is likely to approach former India captain Rahul Dravid to be the interim coach for India’s home series against New Zealand. BCCI is known to be in no rush to appoint someone as the head coach of the Indian cricket team. India’s cricket board is considering naming someone as an interim measure for the series against New Zealand at home that follows immediately after the T20 World Cup.

There are reportedly enough overseas names making rounds to have expressed an interest in taking on the role of head coach of the Indian team. Former Australian cricketer Tom Moody is willing to take the position, but the BCCI is not interested as they are targeting an Indian for the role, before looking elsewhere.

Notably, Dravid has already made it clear that he does not want to be the full-time coach of the Indian team. The reason you specified is that you don’t want to travel too much.

He has already taken over the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru.


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