Ex-Cricketer Gautam Gambhir To Be Interviewed Today For Team India’s Head Coach

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Ex-Cricketer Gautam Gambhir To Be Interviewed Today For Team India’s Head Coach 

| Updated: June 18, 2024 12:48

Former cricketer Gautam Gambhir will appear for an interview for the position of head coach of the Indian men’s cricket team on Tuesday. In Mumbai, the Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) will conduct his interview.

A second applicant will be interviewed for the position of selector in addition to Gambhir. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is searching for Rahul Dravid’s successor, and Gambhir is one of the frontrunners to replace him.

After the current T20 World Cup in the West Indies and the United States of America (USA), Dravid’s tenure with the Indian squad comes to an end. In November 2021, Dravid said that he would stand down as head coach of the national team after Ravi Shastri stepped down. 

Regarding Gambhir, he gained recognition in the administrative arena by leading KKR to their third Indian Premier League (IPL) title earlier in April. Following that, there were rumours that BCCI had begun negotiations with the World Cup champion of 2011. The BCCI had invited applications previously, the deadline for which was May 27, 2024.

Anil Kumble, the legendary leg-spinner who previously served as the head coach of India, stated that Gambhir should be allowed some time to adjust.

“You will have to give him (Gambhir) time. He certainly is capable. We have seen Gautam handle teams, he has been a captain for India, for his franchise. He has all the credentials to be that. But, Indian team coaching is slightly different. So you will have to give him time to settle in,” Kumble said in an interview. 

Dravid would like to end his career on a strong note as India looks to win their first ICC championship in eleven years, having last won the Champions Trophy in 2013. The Men in Blue won Group A’s points table and advanced straight to the Super 8.

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