T20 World Cup It is near and before that different types of news are coming out about Ravi Shastri. There is a constant discussion going on in the media about this. Meanwhile, another big news has come out. Through which it is being claimed that Ravi Shastri, the head coach of the Indian cricket team, will step down from his post. What is the full news related to this, know through this special report of ours…
The current coach will resign from the coach post after the World Cup.
In fact, India’s head coach Ravi Shastri’s coach’s tenure is ending after the ICC T20 World Cup 2021. This World Cup will start from October 19 and its final match will be played on November 14. Meanwhile, sources have claimed that Ravi Shastri has already informed the BCCI officials that he will resign from his post after the contract is over. It is also being claimed by the sources that he does not want to renew his contract.
After this news came to the fore, the board has also started its discussion regarding the appointment of a new head coach for the team after the T20 World Cup. Now BCCI will invite applications for the post of head coach of Indian team. Selection will be done on the basis of application and then the selected people will be interviewed. In some media reports, there is a possibility that former Indian cricketer Rahul Dravid will be the new head coach of the Indian team.
Current coach does not want to renew the post of coach himself
Along with this, former Indian opener Virender Sehwag of Team India is also in the race for the post of coach. Ravi Shastri was once again appointed for two years in August 2019 after serving as the head coach from 2017 to 2019. At present, if sources are to be believed, the new head coach and support staff will be in charge of Team India’s tour of South Africa, which starts on December 16 after the T20 World Cup. The new coach will be seen playing his role in the home two-Test series against New Zealand after the T20 World Cup.
If a section of the board is to be believed, then the contract of Team India’s current coach Ravi Shastri will be extended by one more month due to the upcoming series against New Zealand, if it becomes more necessary. If news 18 English news is to be believed, then according to media reports, BCCI was also not showing any interest in renewing Shastri’s contract. Sources claimed that he understood the attitude of the board and hence decided to step down after the conclusion of the ICC tournament.