This Australian legend is interested in becoming the coach of Team India, will apply soon

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New Delhi: Ravi Shastri will step down as the head coach of the Indian cricket team after the T20 World Cup to be held in November. There will be a big change in Indian cricket after the T20 World Cup. The long standing pair of Kohli-Shastri in Indian cricket will break. Meanwhile, big news is coming that an Australian veteran is interested in becoming the coach of Team India and he can apply soon.

This Australian is interested in becoming the coach of Team India

Former Australia all-rounder Tom Moody can apply for the post of head coach of the Indian cricket team for the fourth time. Foxsports.com.au’s report said, “It is understood that the former World Cup winner and now well-known coach is eyeing the position of coach of the Indian team, which will be done after Ravi Shastri’s tenure ends after the T20 World Cup.” It’s getting empty.

had applied 3 times before

The 56-year-old Moody, who is currently working as the Director of Cricket with Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League (IPL), has shown interest in becoming the coach of the Indian team in the past. He had previously applied for the Indian coach position thrice, including in 2017 and 2019, but his name was never considered.

Important role in removing Warner from captaincy

Shastri’s tenure as India’s head coach is only till the T20 World Cup and the 59-year-old former cricketer has already made it clear that he will not ask for an extension. The Board of Cricket in India (BCCI) is now looking for a new coach. Moody was the head coach of Sunrisers from 2013 to 2019 and in the meantime the franchise also won its only title in 2016. Moody’s compatriot David Warner was then the captain of Sunrisers.

According to the report, Moody’s aspiration to become the coach of the Indian team played a key role in removing Warner from the captaincy earlier this season and then dropping him from the playing XI for the last few matches. “It is understood that the Sunrisers owners have considerable influence in the BCCI and they can explain the decision to keep Warner out of the last few matches and give opportunities to the youngsters,” it said. “Warner has also been approached by several other IPL franchises, who are shocked by the decision to drop this stalwart batsman from the playing XI,” the report said.

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