Former BCCI chief selector MSK Prasad has instructed that ex-Team India captain Rahul Dravid is a perfect candidate to take over as coach of the nationwide facet after the conclusion of Ravi Shastri’s tenure.
Shastri, who has been serving as coach of the staff since 2017, will probably pave the way in which for the subsequent coach after the ICC T20 World Cup subsequent month as a result of his contract will recover from.
“In my coronary heart, I had this sense. I used to be challenged not too long ago by my colleagues that undoubtedly publish Ravi bhai’s period, MS has to return into the function of a mentor and Rahul Dravid as a coach.
“These were the discussions I had with my fellow commentators while I was doing commentary during the IPL. I had a feeling that Rahul, being the studious person that he is, will add value to Team India post-Ravi bhai’s era,” Prasad advised Sports Tak.
Prasad feels that the Dravid-MS Dhoni (as a mentor) duo ought to be the way in which ahead for Indian cricket and that will be very upset at something in any other case.
“Rahul as a coach, MS as mentor goes to be a boon for Indian cricket. Both are cool and calm prospects and one particular person may be very studious and hard-working.
“More importantly, the number of players that are evolving right now have been groomed by Rahul, who was India A coach also. So it is some wonderful planning that is happening. I will be very disappointed if Rahul is not going to be the coach and MS is not a mentor post this management era,” Prasad added.