Mumbai: After the current T20 World Cup, there will be many changes in the Indian cricket team. The biggest change is that the coach of the Indian team will change and the rest of the coaching staff will also change along with the head coach Ravi Shastri. In addition, Virat Kohli will leave the captaincy of the T20. Meanwhile, Bharat Arun, a bowling coach in the coaching staff along with Shastri, will also step down.
Former cricketer and fast pitcher Paras Mhambrey has applied for the position. He submitted the application to the BCCI on Monday, BCCI sources said. Mhambre has been associated with the National Cricket Academy for the past 20 years and is one of Rahul Dravid’s loyalists. According to a board official, Paras has applied for the position of bowling coach. The last date to apply is October 26. Par is a very experienced coach and can be selected because he has worked for the U19 team.
Experience playing for India
Mhambre played two Tests and three ODIs for India between 1996 and 1998. He has taken 284 wickets in 91 first-class matches for Mumbai. But he got his true identity as a coach. He has trained Bengal and Vadodara in the Ranji Trophy. He had led Bengal to the Ranji final. He has also worked with the Indians of Mumbai. He was also the coach of the U-19 team that reached the final in 2020.