Former Pakistan captain praised Salman Butt Dravid, Team India sends ready players

BCCI has invited applications for the post of National Cricket Academy (NCA) ‘Head of Cricket’. This is due to the expiration of the two-year tenure of Rahul Dravid, the current head of the NCA. According to several media reports, the former Indian batsman has been re-nominated for the post. This decision by Rahul Dravid has disappointed the fans because the fans wanted to see Dravid as the head coach of the Indian cricket team. However, many cricket pundits have welcomed Rahul’s decision, believing that Dravid’s presence in the NCA would benefit India’s young players. Former Pakistan captain Salman Butt is also included in the list. He said Dravid took the right step by re-nominating the NCA.

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Speaking on his YouTube channel, the former Pakistan captain said, “Dravid is not only serving junior Indian cricket by working with the NCA. I say. What else do you want? ‘

Former Australian spinner Brad Hogg has also advised Dravid to step down. He tweeted, ‘The NCA coach plays an important role in the development and transformation of the players who come to international cricket. Perhaps, more important than Bharti’s role as head coach. Countries with strong academies are usually at the top of the ICC table. Dravid should remain in that role.

Let’s just say that after the upcoming T20 World Cup, the tenure of Indian team coach Ravi Shastri will be completed. There have been speculations that Rahul Dravid will be India’s next coach but it does not appear to be happening at present. Last month, Rahul Dravid was appointed as the coach of a young Indian team that toured Sri Lanka. On that tour, India won the ODI series 2-1 and the T20 series 1-2.

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