Hunt for bowling coach for the India team begins

Priya Chauhan
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Hunt for bowling coach for the India team begins

The hunt for India's bowling coach begins. © Indian Express

The India team is set to have a bowling coach in the team management soon. BCCI has invited applications for the same.

According to a senior BCCI official, the post is expected to fill in before the Asia Cup begins in June and the prior international background is not necessary to apply for the post.

Currently, the team management is spearheaded by Tushar Arothe, former Baroda player who has 6105 first-class runs and 225 wickets and Biju George, the fielding coach.

The Indian eves had a dismal run this home season, losing miserably to Australia in ODIs and failing to leave a mark in the Tri-series as well. The England ODI series came as a respite with the 2-1 victory.

A bowling coach will be a helpful addition to the team, which has many young bowlers. India can look forward to smooth sailing in the Asia Cup.