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Rahul Dravid confirms he won’t re-apply for job of India’s head coach, T20 World Cup his last assignment: Report | Cricket News – Times of India

India's current head coach Rahul Dravid, whose tenure runs till the end of June, has confirmed that the T20 World Cup in the US and West Indies will be his last assignment in the role and he won't re-apply for the job, as reported by Cricbuzz.The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) had advertised for the position, and Dravid's India teammate Gautam Gambhir is considered to be the frontrunner to replace him.Speculations around Kolkata Knight Riders' (KKR) mentor Gambhir being the frontrunner for the role gained strength when the BCCI secretary met the former India opener after KKR won IPL 2024 to be crowned champions for the third time. Gambhir, who was part of India's T20 World Cup and ODI World Cup winning teams, was the KKR captain when the franchise won its first two IPL tit...
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Rahul Dravid confirms he won’t re-apply for job of India’s head coach, T20 World Cup his last assignment | Cricket News – Times of India

India's current head coach Rahul Dravid, whose tenure runs till the end of June, has confirmed that the T20 World Cup in the US and West Indies will be his last assignment in the role and he won't re-apply for the job.Speaking to reporters ahead of India's World Cup opener against Ireland, Dravid shared that he thoroughly enjoyed every aspect of his coaching tenure. Dravid's positive sentiment reflects the fulfillment he found in his role, emphasizing the satisfaction derived from guiding and mentoring the team."Every tournament is important. Every game that I've coached for India has been very important for me. So for me this is no different just because it is going to be the last one that I'm in charge of," he said.The former India captain took charge of the team in November 2021, suc...
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Would love to coach the Indian team: Gautam Gambhir

Gautam Gambhir recently guided Kolkata Knight Riders to their third IPL title. | Photo Credit: EMMANUAL YOGINI Former India batter Gautam Gambhir has said he would "love to coach" the national team amid speculation that he is front-runner for the high-profile job.Gambhir recently guided Kolkata Knight Riders to their third IPL title and is seen as an able successor to Rahul Dravid, whose contract expires after the ongoing T20 World Cup.The deadline to apply for the head coach's role was May 27 but it is still not clear if Gambhir has submitted his application. “I would love to coach the Indian team. There is no bigger honour than coaching your national team. You are representing 140 crore Indians and those across the globe as well,” said the 42-year-old at an event in Abu Dhabi on Satu...