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BCCI invites applications for coach, support staff
Tuesday 16 July 2019

The BCCI has initiated the process of recruitment for head coach, batting coach, bowling coach, fielding coach, physiotherapist, strength and conditioning coach and administrative manager of the Indian men’s team.
The BCCI’s contract with the present coaching and support staff ended with the World Cup in England, but most of them have been asked to continue till the completion of the tour of the West Indies that will run from August 3 to September 4.
The BCCI though has acceded to the wishes of physiotherapist Patrick Farhart and strength and physical conditioning coach Shankar Basu to be relieved after India’s campaign in the quadrennial event.
According to a press release issued by the Supreme Court appointed Committee of Administrators, aspiring candidates have to apply for particular posts on or by July 30 after which the Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) will take the recruitment process forward. The release also said that the current coaching staff will get an automatic entry in the recruitment process. The BCCI has posted an advertisement on its website. Bcci.tv giving details of eligibility criteria and experience required for different posts.
The former director of Indian cricket (2014 to 2016) Ravi Shastri returned as head coach of the team after a bitter end to Anil Kumble’s tenure as head coach immediately after the Champions Trophy in June 2017. Once Shastri was appointed as head coach, Bharat Arun and R. Sridhar also returned as bowling and fielding coach. The present batting coach is Sanjay Bangar.

The BCCI has initiated the process of recruitment for head coach, batting coach, bowling coach, fielding coach, physiotherapist, strength and conditioning coach and administrative manager of the Indian men’s team.The BCCI’s contract with the present coaching and support staff ended with the World Cup in England, but most of them have been asked to continue till the completion of the tour of the West Indies that will run from August 3 to September 4.

The BCCI though has acceded to the wishes of physiotherapist Patrick Farhart and strength and physical conditioning coach Shankar Basu to be relieved after India’s campaign in the quadrennial event.

According to a press release issued by the Supreme Court appointed Committee of Administrators, aspiring candidates have to apply for particular posts on or by July 30 after which the Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) will take the recruitment process forward. The release also said that the current coaching staff will get an automatic entry in the recruitment process. The BCCI has posted an advertisement on its website. Bcci.tv giving details of eligibility criteria and experience required for different posts.

The former director of Indian cricket (2014 to 2016) Ravi Shastri returned as head coach of the team after a bitter end to Anil Kumble’s tenure as head coach immediately after the Champions Trophy in June 2017. Once Shastri was appointed as head coach, Bharat Arun and R. Sridhar also returned as bowling and fielding coach. The present batting coach is Sanjay Bangar.

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