Tuesday, 22 March 2011

Team India's coach after Worldcup 2011?


SYDNEY: Australia's batting coach Justin Langer has been tipped as a strong contender to succeed India's current head coach, South African Gary Kirsten, who is expected to resign after the World Cup after a largely successful stint.

Cricket Australia's failure to offer full-time jobs to all its national team coaches could cost it the services of Langer.

"If BCCI ( Board of Control for Cricket in India) thinks I am capable of such a big role, it augurs well for my confidence. I have a lot to give back to the game. Coaching the most popular cricket team in the world would be great," a Mumbai based paper quoted Langer, as saying.

Langer, however, disputed the quotes attributed to him, including the "Yes I would" reply to the question of whether he would take on the India role.

Really it doesn't matter who coach India!!!

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