NEW DELHI: Anil Kumble’s time period as India trainer appears set to be prolonged till the top of the West Indies excursion subsequent month, a most sensible professional mentioned Monday.
The Board of Keep watch over for Cricket in India (BCCI) marketed for a head trainer in Might with Kumble’s one-year deal because of expire on the finish of the Champions Trophy in England this week.
The primary one-day global within the West Indies simply 10 days away with Kumble within the combine for the submit at the side of former India opening batsman Virender Sehwag and Australian trainer Tom Moody, in step with media studies.
However BCCI professional Vinod Rai mentioned a distinct panel overseeing the choice was once but to make a decision if somebody else will take the reins.
“Since it’s got behind schedule, Anil Kumble, topic to his acceptance, can be there until the West Indies excursion,” Rai, who’s chairman of the Committee of Directors, instructed newshounds on Monday.
India will play 5 one-day internationals within the Caribbean beginning June 23, with a Twenty20 global wrapping up the commute on July nine.
Rumours of a rift between Indian skipper Virat Kohli and Kumble have been reported to be at the back of the BCCI throwing open the location.
Former India greats Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly and VVS Laxman were tasked with settling on the following trainer.
Rai, whose particular committee was once assigned via the Superb Court docket to supervise the scandal-ridden cricket board, pushed aside allegations of a spat between Kumble and Kohli.
“There’s no query of any controversy… We mentioned with Kohli, we mentioned with Kumble and neither of them showed to what has pop out of media studies,” mentioned Rai.
Rai’s committee has additionally been dogged via controversy. Considered one of its high-profile participants, historian Ramachandra Guha, resigned previous this month, bringing up the committee’s mishandling of the Kumble scenario.
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