Venkatesh Prasad joins race for India head coach

first_imgHe has also been India’s bowling coach in the past. In fact, Prasad was in charge of the bowling department when India won the inaugural 2007 ICC World T20 under Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s captaincy. Prasad faces stiff competition from heavyweights like former Team Director Ravi Shastri and current chairman of senior selection committee Sandeep Patil, who have also applied for the top job. “I have applied this morning,” Prasad confirmed to PTI on Wednesday. × Prasad, currently the chairman of the BCCI junior selecting committee, is keen to get back to a coaching role. SHARE SHARE EMAIL SHARE It has been learnt that Prasad is also open to becoming a bowling coach of the national team if he is not made the chief coach. cricket June 08, 2016center_img Published on The 46-year-old was the head coach of Uttar Pradesh before taking over as chairman of the junior selection committee. Recently, Prasad was linked to replace Heath Streak as the bowling coach of Bangladesh, but he expressed his desire to serve the Indian team. Former seam bowler Venkatesh Prasad has also thrown his hat into the ring by applying for the role of head coach with the Indian cricket team. venkatesh-prasad venkatesh-prasad COMMENT COMMENTSlast_img

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