With Duncan Fletcher’s two-year tenure as India coach nearing its end, former captain Sourav Ganguly has pitched in for a home-grown person to take charge of the team next year, saying that the country has enough talent.
“We need to have an Indian coach and I am dead sure we have enough talent in the country to find an Indian coach,” Ganguly said.
“It is not about individuals but I feel time has come for an Indian coach to take over,” Ganguly said at a panel discussion after the launch of inaugural Wisden India Almanack magazine here Saturday night.
Fletcher’s two-year tenure ends in March next year and it is widely believed that his contract will not be extended by the Indian Cricket Board (BCCI) given the team’s string of poor performances under him. Read more