According to reports from reliable sources, the India Women’s Cricket team has decided to name a new head coach. Amol Muzumdar and Tushar Arothe are known as leading candidates for the role of India Women’s team head Coach. Interviews for the same are expected to take place on June 30.
Since the retirement of Ramesh Powar in December of last year, the Indian team has been without a head coach. During the T20 World Cup that was held in South Africa earlier this year, batting coach Hrishikesh Kanitkar temporarily took charge.
Prior to their trip to Bangladesh the following month, the team is eagerly expecting the appointment of a permanent coach.
Amol Muzumdar and Tushar Arothe both have outstanding credentials and expertise in the field of cricket. Arothe brings an abundance of experience to the team and has previously coached the Indian women’s team.
Interviews for the India Women’s Team Head Coach will be held in Mumbai
On the other hand, Muzumdar, who has also been considered for the role of Baroda coach, has experience working with both the South African national team and the Rajasthan Royals of the Indian Premier League.
Jon Lewis, a former Durham coach and member of the England cricket team, has also applied for the role, adding more excitement to the mix.
The interviews will be held in Mumbai by the CAC, which includes Sulakshana Naik, Jatin Paranjpe, and Ashok Malhotra. Their job is very significant because they must carefully assess each candidate to guarantee the hiring of the best coach who can lead the India Women’s team in the proper way.
The T20 World Cup is set to be held in Bangladesh next year, and a former India player highlighted the need for fresh strategies and a coach who can develop a talented group of players. Amol Muzumdar has the skills required to guide the squad ahead and succeed in the upcoming competition, according to the former player.
All eyes will be on the CAC’s choice as the cricketing community excitedly awaits the appointment of the new head coach for the India Women’s team.