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BCCI Invites Applications For India Coach, Support Staff,..
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BCCI Invites Applications For India Coach, Support Staff, "Automatic Entry" For Ravi Shastri In Recruitment Process

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Team India coach Ravi Shastri, along with the other support staff, have been given a 45-day extension following the World Cup 2019 in the UK, where India were knocked out by New Zealand in the semi-finals. However, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Tuesday invited applications for the post of head coach, batting coach, bowling coach, fielding coach, physiotherapist, strength and conditioning coach and administrative manager. "The current coaching staff of Team India (Senior Men) will get an automatic entry in the recruitment process," the BCCI said in a release on Tuesday.

"Pertinent to note, that the decision of the BCCI for the said position, will remain final and binding," the release, issued by the Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA), added further.

The last date of application is July 30, 2019, until 5 PM IST.

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Whether India is going for split captaincy ?
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(07-16-2019, 10:53 PM)pugazhbalaji Wrote:  Whether India is going for split captaincy ?

First of all, Welcome to the Forum.!

Split captaincy - Do you mean seperate csaptain for ODI and Test? People have been talking about this, but I dont expect they take such decision now.!!l
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OK fine and thanks.
Kohli should continue
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Australia tried this split captaincy and I don't think it worked ?
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Ravi Shastri May Keep His Job As Head Coach: BCCI Official

Despite India's semi-final exit from the Cricket World Cup, head coach Ravi Shastri seems to have earned the confidence of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and skipper Virat Kohli and some of his boys are also impressed with Shastri's style of functioning and they want him back for the post. "Ravi (Shastri) has done everything right for the team," a BCCI official told NDTV. "They have become No.1 in Tests, they were No.2 in ODIs till England took over. One bad match does not make the coach bad. If he reapplies he will get preference."

Shastri, who earns Rs 8 crore-plus from the BCCI, is expected to put his hand up for the coach's job and Bharat Arun, the bowling coach, will also apply for that post.

A head coach will be picked by the Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) which is currently helmed by Kapil Dev, with Anshuman Gaekwad and Shantha Rangaswamy as his colleagues.

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Kapil Dev-Led Panel Front-Runner To Pick Team India Coach, But No Decision Before Supreme Court Hearing

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The Kapil Dev-led ad-hoc committee has emerged as the frontrunner to pick the next national coach but a final decision on panel formation would be taken only after the next Supreme Court hearing. The application deadline for all the coaching roles is July 30. The Committee of Administrators (CoA) running Indian cricket had asked the court for directions on the continuation of Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) comprising Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly and VVS Laxman. However, if there is no directive from the court on CAC, the CoA might be left with no other alternative but task the Dev-led committee with picking the national coach, a move that could again divide the SC-appointed panel.

One thing is certain that no panel would be formed till the next hearing.

The ad-hoc body comprising former India captain Kapil, Anshuman Gaekwad and Shantha Rangaswamy had earlier appointed WV Raman as the Indian women's team coach in December.

Earlier in the day, one of the members confirmed to PTI that the BCCI has approached the ad-hoc committee to pick the men's head coach as well.

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Ravi Shastri would never have made it under current BCCI coaching eligibility norms

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*BCCI's new advertisement seeks applicants who have prior coaching experience
*Ravi Shastri had no prior coaching experience when he replaced Anil Kumble in 2017
*Shastri had earlier worked with India as the team director from August 2014 to June 2016

There has been a lot of curiosity around the eligibility criteria laid down by BCCI for the Indian head coach position as opposed to the last time the post was advertised.

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Selection Meeting Postponed But Focus Remains On MS Dhoni's Future, Virat Kohli's Availability

The national selection panel's meeting to pick squads for the West Indies tour has been pushed to Sunday amid intense focus on skipper Virat Kohli's availability and veteran MS Dhoni's future. The meeting was scheduled for Friday but was postponed following Committee of Administrators' (CoA) directive that the chairman of the panel, instead of BCCI secretary, will convene it. "There are some legal modalities that need to be followed due to the rule change and it took some time. Also the BCCI's cricket operations team needs to apprise the chairman of the availability of the captain for the meeting. The fitness reports of the players will be available on Saturday evening," a senior BCCI functionary told PTI.
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