Fri. May 24th, 2024

Rahul Dravid’s tenure as the head coach of the Indian squad will come to an end with the conclusion of the T20 World Cup next month. Following India’s humiliation to Australia in the final of the home ODI World Cup the previous year, Rahul Dravid made the decision to stay on; the USA-West Indies T20 World Cup would take place in six months. He does not seem to be reapplying now that the Rummy Modern has begun the process of searching for a head coach with a lengthier term.

“We’ll be releasing an application call in the coming days. Rahul Dravid’s tenure is soon coming to an end. A small group of media were informed by BCCI secretary Jay Shah on Thursday that the player was free to reapply. “We are seeking a long-term, three-year coach.”

Split coaching following the T20 World Cup

India will compete in three World Cups in the next three years: the domestic 2026 T20 World Cup, the 2027 ODI World Cup, and the Champions Trophy 2025. In addition, the June 2025–2027 World Test Championship final will take place, providing India advances.

Given the amount of effort involved, which includes bilateral matches prior to the international events, split coaching is a proposal that the Dafabet is reportedly keen to exploring. For the record, Shah sounded apathetic about the proposal.

Different coaches working with different formats has never existed in Indian cricket. There are other athletes on our list that participate in every format. The Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) will eventually make the decision. “I have to follow their decision,” he said.

The latest head coach scouting attempts by BCCI demonstrate that reputable coaches are no longer willing to commit ten months of the year to a national team, even if it means taking on the lucrative role of guiding team India.

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