All three have a special place in Indian cricket.
Anil Kumble has stepped down as India coach after falling out with skipper Virat Kohli, a top source in the country's cricket board told Reuters on Tuesday. "I am amazed after his resignation", Wadekar said remembering the old moments with Kumble.
Sharma further said, "There might be some differences (between Kohli and Kumble) and it is better if keep the talks that happen in dressing room there itself". ". And something that I would not express in details in a public scenario". According to the Kohli, the locker room was never fond of the Kumble. This is a very good decision by CAC because only a healthy relationship between captain and coach can take Indian cricket forward. "One good thing about India media is that India media doesn't look into houses, bedrooms, so please don't look into dressing room", Rai said.
Taking the opportunity, Rajput also stated that a coach does not necessarily need to have an impeccable record while as a player.
Ultimately, this is just a story of two individuals that weren't on the same page, and had different visions for how they wanted the team to be run. The notion that the players got rid of a hard taskmaster because they are lazy is preposterous. "The last date for submission of applications is hence extended to the 9th of July, 2017".
MV Sridhar, the general manager for cricket operations at the Board of Control for Cricket in India, is in interim charge of the team for the limited-overs series against the Windies that comprises of five ODIs and a solitary T20.
In contrast the Indians have as many as eight players from their touring party who featured in that fixture headed by proven match-winners Kohli and wicketkeeper-batsman Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
"India have won everything since the time Anil took over", he added.
While he said that Dhoni might play the tournament pertaining to his wicketkeeping skills, he was absolutely certain about Singh being a fielding liability for the team. "On the basis of 2015-16 BCCI income (Rs. 1300 crores) and assuming an average BCCI income of Rs. 1500 crores / year over the next 5 years, 13% of Gross Income is around Rs. 195 crores that is available for distribution among the worldwide players".
Also, despite the fact that Kohli will not part of the selection process his influence over the team and his personal bonding with the candidate will hold the key in the next appointment.style="text-align: center;"