However, BCCI is yet to appoint a full-time head coach for India’s senior women’s team – a position that has been lying vacant since December last year.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Wednesday, floated announcements for bowling, contending trainer jobs for the women’s elderly platoon.
According to a statement issued by the BCCI clerk Jay Shah, the seeker would be given a two- time contract and should have represented India or any other country at transnational position, or should have minimal NCA position ‘ B ’ pukka trainer or a analogous instrument from a reputed organisation Institute and a minimum of 30 first- class games.
“Or, should have the experience of guiding an transnational platoon for a period of minimal 1 season or a T20 ballot/ state platoon for a minimum of two seasons, ” the statement said.
While the Board wants the seeker to have a thorough understanding of the game or playing/ coaching experience at the loftiest position and have the experience of being part of amulti-cultural platoon, the interested campaigners must shoot in their operations by 6 pm on August 10.
Still, the Board is yet to appoint a full- time head trainer for India’s elderly women’s platoon- a position that has been lying vacant since December last time. After transferring Ramesh Powar to the National Cricket Academy, the BCCI had roped in Hrishikesh Kanitkar as the fur trainer and also the de-facto head trainer for the home series against Australia and the T20 World Cup in South Africa. Indeed though the Board invited operations for the head trainer job and indeed assigned the Ashok Malhotra- led Cricket Advisory Committee to solicit the campaigners last month, the movables weren’t formalised.
In fact, after the Board’s Apex Council meeting then on July 7, Shah told journalists that ‘ indeed though the CAC recommended a name for the head trainer, the Board will conduct interviews ’ for other positions before publicizing the names ahead of the Asian Games in September.
There’s also a buzz that indeed though the CAC recommended Amol Muzumdar for the job, he might have to formally apply anew as the Board is keen on roping him as a fur trainer, while handing over the head trainer job to a noted overseas seeker. still, the BCCI office- liaisons remained tight- lipped on the issue.
In the just concluded stint of Bangladesh, Nooshin Al Khadeer was named as an interim head trainer, while other trainers of the NCA joined in as support staff. But with the Asian Games and home series against England nearing, the Board plans to appoint a full- fledged coaching staff, offering them a two- time contract until the 2025 World Cup at home. Know More Latest Women’s Cricket News…