Indian Cricket team gets a new Coach

Indian Cricket team gets a new Coach
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NEW DELHI: Former India allrounder and captain Ravi Shastri who was team director of the Indian men's cricket team from August 2014 to April 2016, has been reportedly appointed as head coach for a two-year period until the end of the 2019 ICC World Cup, Times of India has quoted.



Having initially not applied for the post, but belatedly joining the fray once the BCCI extended the deadline to accept applications until July 9, the 55-year-old beat out a list of applicants comprising former India opener Virendar Sehwag former Sri Lanka coach and current coach of IPL franchise Sunrisers Hyderabad Tom Moody, current Afghanistan coach Lalchand Rajput and former Pakistan and Bangladesh coach and director of West Indies cricket 

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