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Team India coach Anil Kumble likely to be promoted to the post of 'Team Director'

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Its a news of promotion for the current Team India coach as Anil Kumble is likely to assume the post of 'Team Director'. The decision came soon after the court appointed Committee of Administrators (COA) sought to change the coaching hierachy on the lines similar to that of England and Wales Cricket Board.

“We need to move ahead with the times and that is why these structural changes are looked at. If it happens, Indian cricket will benefit, as one person will handle all the teams and there will be better coordination between all concerned. The plan is already in place and there is a strong possibility that when new contracts are given out, these changes will be made,” board sources told Express.

Though, it is quite different from the roadmap put forth by Kumble and Rahul Dravid, it is comprehensible that COA is keen on this change. However, Kumble has been given time to give this decision a thought as it would require more time than that he spends with the senior national team.

If Jumbo takes up the post then Rahul Dravid is the likely candidate to replace him as senior team coach. It has been earlier reported that Dravid was indeed given this offer which he had denied.

"It actually quite early to speak about this situation. Being both the coach and team director is indeed a hectic job and needs immense dedication. And with the schedule we have he is likely to get exhausted. Thus we need a back-up option, particularly with the Champions Trophy being round the corner,” the source further added.

Team India coach Anil Kumble likely to be promoted to the post of 'Team Director' - Report | Zee News
 

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If Jumbo takes up the post then Rahul Dravid is the likely candidate to replace him as senior team coach.
 

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Rahul Dravid is not replacing Anil Kumble as team India’s coach, COA member Diana Edulji denies reports

The Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA) has rubbished the reports of Rahul Dravid replacing Anil Kumble as Team India coach after the ongoing four-match Test series against Australia.

Diana Edulji who is a member of CoA, denied any such development taking place, reported India Today .

Rahul Dravid is not replacing Anil Kumble as team India's coach, COA member Diana Edulji denies reports - India.com
 

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Good Move by Committee :)
 

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If David becomes batting coach and Zaheer Khan becomes bowling coach with Kumble leading them, t'll be great for Indian team. And now that there is no Dhoni to interfere, it may be a possibility in future..
 

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Indian Batsmen requires a coach like Dravid to improve their Defense Skills in Test Match.
 

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Sarkar said:
But who will develop u19 cricketers?
bro, Rahul Dravid is not replacing Anil Kumble as team India’s coach, COA member Diana Edulji denies reports

See post no.3

bro don't worry U19 cricketers future is in safe hands.
 

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rahul1117kumar said:
bro, Rahul Dravid is not replacing Anil Kumble as team India’s coach, COA member Diana Edulji denies reports

See post no.3

bro don't worry U19 cricketers future is in safe hands.
How is it in safe hands? Who will coach these u19 players if Rahul goes ?

 
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