Finally, after a year-long process to team India has got a new coach as Anil Kumble . BCCI announces his name, saying that Kumble is the responsible of this post for a year. Kumble to become coach of the Indian team in Dod beat 57 people.Indian Cricket team coach race is quite viral these days.
In the position of coach the highest collision was between Ravi Shastri and Kumble .But Kumble scored his vast experience to get the post. More important, it is also preferred that the Indian Test captain Virat Kohli were mosts like Ravi Shastri but Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly and VVS Laxman BCCI Cricket Advisory Committee recommended the name of Kumble.
BCCI president Anurag said Kumble will be responsible for the next year, while bowling, batting and assistant coaches will be announced soon.
How Kumble get the position –The powerful influence of presentation
According to sources, Kumble has influenced the selection committee with his powerful presentation. The team is his vision, which he had presented a presentation of the team for all three forms. The committee only asked two questions in the interview to Kumble, first why the post should be given to you and second In world how they can improve the performance of the team. The answer he gave in great detail.
For Coach post 57 people were sent application
For the Indian coach 57 people applied for the position of which were laid off were referred to the Committee the names of 21 people. In addition to committee Kumble ,Shastri, Lal Chand Rajput, Tom Moody, Praveen Amre, Stuart Law, England’s first-class cricketer Alex moles interviews and the final list was sent to the BCCI.
These are past Coaches of India team
- Ajit Wadekar (1992-1996)
- Sandeep Patil (1996)
- Madan Lal (1996-97)
- Anshuman Gaikwad (1997-1999)
- Kapil Dev (1999-2000)
- John Wright (200-2005)
- Greg Chappell (2005-2007)
- Gary Kirsten (2007-2011)
- Duncan Fletcher (2011-2015)
- Ravi Shastri (2015-16)
Anil Kumble : a look at careers
Test: 132 matches, 619 wickets, 2506 runs, 110 * Best 01 10/74 5 half centuries at best 35 to 10 for five wickets in 08
ODI: 85 catches, 271 matches, 938 runs, 337 wickets, the best 02 times 5 for 6/12
First Test: England (Manchester) 1990
Final Test: Australia (New Delhi) 2008
First ODI: Sri Lanka (Sharjah), 1990
Last day: Bermuda (Port of Spain) 2007