RCB’s Andy Flower To Become Head Coach Of Team India? Here Is The Full Report

The hunt for India’s Head Coach is going on and several applicants have filled their form for this prestigious league. Meanwhile, the former Zimbabwe legend and the current coach of Royal Challengers Bengaluru Andy Flower has said that he has not applied for the position of the India’s head coach.

The tenure of Rahul Dravid, the current coach of team India is going to end after the T20 World Cup 2024.

BCCI is looking upto some foreign legends to take up this role. Flower said that he is not interested in attending the role and he is involved with the franchise leagues at the moment.

Flower said,”I have not applied and I would not be applying for the job. I am happy with my involvement in the franchise league at the moment. I am really enjoying it. It is fascinating stuff and I have worked with some amazing organisations and I am happy with that at the moment.”

Flower had been the head coach of England Cricket team from 2009 to 2014. Under his guidance, England won their first T20 World Cup back in 2010.

As per the reports, the most successful captain in the world cricket history, Ricky Ponting has been also approached by BCCI to take the role of Head Coach. However, Ricky Ponting has declined the offer as he is looking to spend his time with family and friends.

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