New Delhi: Former Indian captain and a excellent all-rounder, Ravi Shastri was named halt manager of a Indian cricket group on Tuesday, for a debate of Bangladesh starting Jun 10.
Shastri, who served as Team Director during a debate of Australia and a successive World Cup progressing this year, is a stop-gap arrangement for a brief debate as a BCCI is nonetheless to confirm on a full-time manager to reinstate Duncan Fletcher, whose agreement has ended.
“BCCI President Jagmohan Dalmiya has named Ravi Shastri as halt manager of a Indian team. This is for a Bangladesh debate and destiny decisions will be taken after this,” BCCI Secretary Anurag Thakur said.
India will play one Test and 3 One-Day Internationals during a debate of Bangladesh. Shastri represented India in 80 Tests and 150 ODIs for India and was partial of a side, that carried a 1983 World Cup.
Shastri had trafficked with a Indian group to Bangladesh in 2007 as cricket manager after Greg Chappell quiescent from India coach’s avocation following a World Cup disturbance that year.
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In a other support staff appointments, Sanjay Bangar and Bharat Arun will continue to offer as a batting and bowling coaches respectively. R Sridhar was also defended as a fielding manager while Biswaroop Dey was named a team’s executive manager.
Bangar, Arun and Sridhar have been with a group given final year’s ODI leg of a England tour.