Rahul Dravid not keen to re-apply; VVS Laxman unlikely to vie for India’s head coach post: Report | Cricket News


New Delhi: As tenure Rahul Dravid After ICC, the post of head coach of Team India has ended. t20 world cup 2024, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has started the process to fill the coveted post. bcci has invited applications for the top post with a tenure of three and a half years.
The application deadline has been set for May 27, 2024, with the new head coach expected to take charge from July 1, immediately after the conclusion of the T20 World Cup.
According to a report in Sportstar, Dravid has not expressed interest in seeking an extension, although a group of Team India veterans have urged him to reconsider his decision. However, Dravid is firm on his resolve to give priority to family time, as told to BCCI earlier. VVS Laxman, current chief National Cricket Academy According to the report, despite being considered the frontrunner, (NCA) is also unlikely to compete for the head coach's post. Laxman has been instrumental in his role at the NCA for the last three years and has also served as the stand-in coach for Team India during Dravid's absence, showcasing his coaching abilities.
With Dravid's impending departure and Laxman's reluctance to take the field, the focus has turned to IPL head coaches as possible candidates for the top job.
Reports suggest that Chennai Super Kings' Stephen Fleming and Lucknow Super Giants' Justin Langer are among the top contenders who may express interest for the position after the T20 World Cup.
As the search for India's next head coach begins, the BCCI is focused on securing a suitable candidate to lead the men's senior team in the next phase of international cricket.

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