- Dravid’s ex captain Paras Mhambrey will power join as the team’s bowling coach, says report.
- Rahul Dravid want be offered a two-year deal, says report.
- Ravi Shastri, head coach since 2017, has signaled purpose to step down after T20 World Cup.
Area media reports say said former Indian captain Rahul Dravid is ready to coach the national team when the Men’s T20 World Cup ends next month.
The Times of India paper offered an unnamed official at the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) as telling that the 48-year-old former batting supporter would be offered a two-year contract.
Corresponding to the report, Dravid’s former captain Paras Mhambrey wish to join as the team’s bowling coach.
Former England captain Michael Vaughan twittered Saturday that “the rest of the world better beware” if reports of Dravid’s appointment were true.
Well-known as “Mr. Dependable” or “The Wall” amongst Indian cricket fans, Dravid played 164 tests and 344 one-day internationals from 1996 to 2012.
Now, manager of the National Cricket Academy in the southern city of Bangalore, he is accepted with mentoring many of the young cricketers in the current national team.
Dravid will get charge ahead of the New Zealand series after the T20 World Cup, the Times of India told.
Present coach Ravi Shastri last month signaled his intent to step down after the tournament, which starts Sunday and runs until November 14.
The former all-rounder has been heading coach since 2017 after paying three years as the team’s director.
“I believe one thing… never spin out your welcome,” Shastri said last month.