Anil Kumble has ventured down as Team India mentor following contrasts with captain Virat Kohli. Furthermore, yes, it is authentic. While numerous, who wish useful for Indian cricket, trusted that this whole Kohli versus Kumble adventure was a lunatic talk, the “association” as Kumble said in his announcement “was untenable” as this skipper versus mentor adventure has reached an end on an intense note. Fans are criticizing Virat Kohli for disrespecting Anil Kumble but we need to calm ourselves until the both sides of comes out.
TOP CANDIDATES WHO CAN REPLACE ANIL KUMBLE
1. Tom Moody- Moody is one of the experienced candidate and will hope to be third time lucky for coaching job in the wake of loosing Greg Chapple in 2005 and Anil Kumble last year.
The two-time World Cup winner has guided Sri lanka to 2007 World Cup final, then he returned home to manage Western Australia. In 2013 he was appointed as Coach of Sunrisers Hyderabad and guided them to clinch the title in 2016. The 51 year old has proved his credentials as a Coach and becoming one of the favourites to replace Anil Kumble.
2. Virendra Sehwag – The 38 year old was appointed mentor for Kings 11 Punjab last year- his first involvement in coaching department at any level. Sehwag who sent his two line CV to apply for the post of India coach said that BCCI should go for a “Desi” coach rather than any outsiders. The aggressive opener can shift the situation into his side by explaining the difference between a “Desi” coach and a “Videsi” coach.
3. Lalchand Rajput- The former Mumbai Cricketer who is averaging more than 50 in first class cricket. The 55 year old is underrated but effective. Rajput worked as a Team Manager of India who won inaugural T20 World Cup in 2007. He also coached Mumbai Indians in the opening season of IPL.
Rajput was one of the contender to have connected for Team India head coach position a year ago like Moody. With Kumble advancing beyond every other person, Rajput moved toward becoming Afghanistan mentor, supplanting Pakistan legend Inzamam-ul-Haq.