New coach: BCCI CEO set to meet Virat Kohli and team in Jamaica
NEW DELHI: BCCI CEO (CEO) Rahul Johri will be in Jamaica to meet with Indian captain Virat Kohli and his team in order to receive an opinion on the appointment of the new coach.
Johri must arrive in Kingston on Wednesday night for a detailed discussion with skipper Kohli on the appointment of the coach and other support staff members.
“Yes, Rahul went to Jamaica with the permission of the Steering Committee (COA). He was responsible for receiving comments from the team captain.
Team observations will be forwarded to the Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) to take into account all parameters, “said a BCCI development officer.
The measure is considered by many as the COA BCCI method and try to measure the team’s mood because they want discord in the new designee.
There are some days, Kohli said he will only give out his point of view, if asked for BCCI.
“From a personal point of view, I can not identify all or provide details. As a team, contrary to many perceptions, we do not express our opinions when BCCI asks for suggestions.
So it’s something we’ve always traveled as a process and it’s something we respect as a team, “Kohli said during an interaction with the media during the Antigua stage of the series.
But also questions are posed, either by taking comments from the team of experts to show CAC including Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly and VVS Laxman in bad light.
The move according to many is another indicator that this is a formality before Ravi Shastri resumes the role of trainer.
In another order of things, we have also learned that the first pacemaker half Venkatesh Prasad has not requested the head coach, contrary to popular belief.
“Venkatesh Prasad is not one of those who applies for the position of coach, he served as chairman of the selectors with the junior team, we do not know that he spread the news Venky his part n He has never confirmed that he had applied for the job “The source said.
The BCCI cuff finds itself in a sticky situation on the issue of criteria for being a full-time manager of the Indian team.
It was learned that the ACO wants former international and first class players as a director, but the administrative work requires a different set of skills.
“The manager must distribute diets, check if the team bus arrived on time, players receive the food they want. They should also book family tickets and make other office supplies.
“How do you expect even an ex-player who played – say ranji 75 games of these jobs,” asked the official.