Gautam Gambhir wants selection assurance before applying for India head coach job

Gautam Gambhir wants selection assurance before applying for India head coach job. The possibility of Gambhir being the head coach of Team India is generating a lot of interest.

The hunt for Indian Team’s new head coach is on and amongst many names. Gautam Gambhir has been touted as the frontrunner. The former India cricketer has served as a mentor for Lucknow Super Giants in the IPL. Currently, he is mentoring his former team Kolkata Knight Riders and the team’s performance is applaud by fans and pundits alike.

There is significant buzz around Gambhir’s potential induction as Team India’s head coach. Current coach Rahul Dravid’s tenure will end just after the T20 World Cup 2024 in June. The new coach will hold reigns from July 1st, 2024 to 31st December 2027. However, there as per a Dainik Jagran report, Gambhir has put a condition that he will only apply when there is assurance of selection from BCCI.

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My job is that I want to come back in a winning dressing room: Gambhir

In order to devote himself fully to cricket, Gambhir, who also a Delhi Member of Parliament, resign from his post prior to the 2024 Indian Premier League. It is noteworthy that under his direction, KKR won the trophy twice. His decision to give up the captaincy of the Delhi Capitals and return the contract money to the team owners after experiencing a run of bad form is a good indicator of his level-headedness.

“It is my responsibility to return to the dressing room in a winning state. Thankfully or unfortunately, a happy dressing room equals a successful dressing room. In an interview on Ravi Ashwin’s YouTube channel, Gambhir stated, “And I have every right to fight for myself, for my teammates, and to do everything possible within the spirit of the game to try and beat the opposition.”

“I’m not violating any guidelines. I want to exert as much aggression as possible. And what’s the issue with that? That’s who I am. That’s who I am. Because I’m obsessed with winning,” he continued.

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