Tom Moody expect the coach of the Indian cricket team
By Sarita Dey
on Tue Oct 12 2021
Former Australia all-rounder Tom Moody is expected to apply for the high-profile position of the next head coach of the Indian cricket team for the fourth time.
According to a media report, former Australia all-rounder Tom Moody is expected to apply for the high-profile job of the next head coach of the Indian cricket team for the fourth time. After the conclusion of the upcoming T20 WorldCup.
As reported by Foxsports.com.au, “It is understood that the former World Cup winner and well-traveled coach is eyeing the Indian coaching job. This is set to be vacated by (Ravi) Shastri.
Shastri’s contract as India’s head coach is set to expire after the T20 World Cup. And the 59-year-old has already confirmed. That he will not seek an extension, leaving the BCCI to look for candidates for the top post.
The 56-year-old Moody currently serves as director of cricket for IPL side Sunrisers Hyderabad and Sri Lanka. He has expressed his desire to coach the Indian team. Having applied for the top position thrice in the past, including in 2017 and 2019. is of. But never considered.
According to the report, Moody’s aspiration to become Team India’s coach led to the decision to remove Warner from the captaincy earlier this season. And then drop him from the playing XI in the last few matches.
“Warner has also been approached by several other IPL franchises, who are surprised by the run-scoring machine being sidelined,” the report said.
When asked about Warner, head coach Bayliss has said that the left-hand opener. He was dropped from the playing team to give youngsters a chance in the team.
“We can’t make it to the finals. So we have decided that we want young players to not only experience the matches. But to experience the time on the field. And that’s what we decided for this match,” Bayliss said.