BCCI chief selector: Former BCCI head team champion MSK Prasad knows who he would like to see as the next head coach after Ravi Shastri’s contract expires in November.
Ravi Shastri‘s tenure as coach of the Indian cricket team expires after the T20 World Cup. All eyes are on the next head coach of the India team. While many names have circulated. Including Anil Kumble and VVS Laxman. There has been no official update on who is the favorite to be the next coach or even the overall competitor.
However, former BCCI head team champion MSK Prasad. Knows who he would like to take on as the next head coach.
BCCI chief selector: Prasad, a former Indian goalkeeper who has played six trials and 17 ODIs. Believes that Rahul Dravid should be the one to replace Shastri.
Along with MS Dhoni as a mentor. Dravid coached the Limitedovers team of India during their tour of Sri Lanka in late July. While Dhoni was recently appointed the Indian team’s mentor for the T20 World Cup.
“I would definitely feel that going forward it should be Rahul Dravid and MS Dhoni. Rahul more as a coach and MS as a mentor. Dhoni and Rahul in the Indian team will be a fantastic thing to watch out for post-Ravi Shastri’s era,” Prasad said
Many believed this could be the stepping stone for Dravid to succeed Shastri as the next coach.
Although the former India captain said at the end of the series that while he enjoyed the experience, he was not so sure what to expect.
As for Dhoni, he proves at the 2021 IPL that his acumen as captain. Remains as strong as ever and believes that his contributions to captain Virat Kohli. Would be helpful when India received their first ICC trophy in 2013.
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