India do not have the money to coach me : Shane Warne

India do not have the money to coach me : Shane Warne

India do not have the money to coach me : Shane Warne

Virender Sehwag always kept it simple during his playing days and the former Indian opener has adopted the same approach while applying for the post of the national team's coach.

According to reports, the 38-year-old sent his application in just two lines, citing himself as the "mentor of the Kings XI Punjab outfit" and a familiar fellow to the current Indian squad.

An official of BCCI has informed that there was no cv attached to the application. We had to ask him to send his CV too along with his application.

Anil Kumble's term as a coach is about to end and with this, BCCI has started to look for a replacement for the head coach of the Indian Cricket team.

The Nawab of Nazafgarh has now been asked by the BCCI to send an elaborated resume for the job. Current incumbent Anil Kumble's name is also in the fray as a direct entry, but will have to undergo the interview process all over again.

India's ICC Champions Trophy 2017 campaign is well underway with a win against arch-rivals Pakistan in their first encounter of the tournament in Birmingham.

A three-member BCCI's Cricket Advisory Committee comprising of legends like Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly and VVS Laxman will conduct the coach's interviews in London. Dermott had claimed that he has completed all the procedure on time and his application was sent much earlier.

After submitting his application, McDermott said that it was his long-time aspiration to coach an worldwide team. "I have also enjoyed my time in India, and it would be nice to serve Indian cricket". Amidst all the action on the field, there has been a lot going on off the field as well with regards to choosing the next coach of the Indian cricket team.

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