India women’s coach selection: 28 candidates had applied for the post of Indian Women’s Coach, and the contestants selected for the interview included Raman, Venkatesh Prasad, and Manoj Prabhakar Kirsten, Gibbs and Powar.
The appointment of the new coach of the Indian women’s cricket team will be held here on Thursday, with the BCCI selection panel interviewing, among other contenders, including Gary Kirsten, Herschelle Gibbs, and Ramesh Powar. 28 candidates had applied for this post and the claimants who have been selected for interview included KV, Gibbs and Powar, besides W.V. Raman, Venkatesh Prasad, Manoj Prabhakar, Trent Johnston, Dimitry Mascarenhas, and Brad Hodge.
India women’s coach selection
Former South African cricketer Herschelle Gibbs has reacted on the appointment of W.V. Raman as the Chief coach of the Indian Women’s cricket team. Gibbs was also in the race for a job with Gray Kristen.
India women’s coach selection: In the last few months, Indian women have been disturbed for the cricket team. In the semi-finals of the ICC World Twenty20 in the semi-final, due to the absence of a controversial absence from the team of Misali Raj, the situation of the case in the team is not ideal. With a question mark on the ability to handle interim coach Ramesh Powar’s team, the BCCI 3-member panel had conducted an interview for a permanent role in which W.V. Raman defeated Gary Kirsten, Herschelle Gibbs, Venkatesh Prasad, and others’ choice. Was there.
Although Kirsten was considered as the obstacles to be liked for the job, the Indian Premier League franchise was denied to refuse to leave the Royal Challengers Bangalore. Meanwhile, Gibbs congratulated Raman for being selected as the new chief coach of the Indian women’s cricket team.
India women’s coach selection: Herschelle Gibbs reacts after losing the race to WV Raman
The BCCI had received 28 applications for this post, including Brad Hogg, Trent Johnston, Dimitry Mascarenhas, Venkatesh Prasad, Manoj Prabhakar, and others. 3 member panel – Kapil Dev, Anshuman Gaekwad, and Shantha Rangaswamy – then announced the name of W.V. Raman for the job.
Raman, a resident of Tamil Nadu, represented the Indian team for 11 Tests and 27 ODIs. His first-class career started in 1982 and it was concluded in 1999. He scored a total of 7939 first-class runs, in which the 1988-89 season was also recorded, where he got 1018 runs. He made two double centuries and a one-third hundred for a record-record performance in domestic cricket.
In the meantime, co-member of the Governing Council (COA) Diana Edulji has written a letter to Koa chief Vinod Rai, in which the BCCI was accused of referring to the coach selection process in the appointment of Raman while not following the Lodh recommendations.