Former Indian Player Rahul Dravid to miss U-19 team’s tournament

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Rahul Dravid finished all open deliberations on a conceivable irreconcilable circumstance when he quit as Delhi Daredevils’ go to exclusively seek after the obligation of training the India An and U-19 groups.

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Nonetheless, not as much as seven days after the advancement, Dravid has needed to settle on another hard decision and pick between the two groups under his tutelage.

As per one of the newspaper, Dravid will miss the U-19 group’s visit to England, as he is set to go with the “A” group to South Africa where the group are slated to play two four-day matches and a one-day tri-arrangement.

Dravid will however direct the pre-visit camp for the U-19 group that will start in Bengaluru from Tuesday. A senior BCCI official told the daily paper that the board will select a brief mentor for the U-19 group for their England visit.

Notwithstanding Dravid’s nonattendance, there is an absence of clearness on the care staff for the U-19 and A groups with right hand mentors Paras Mhambrey (playing) and Abhay Sharma (handling) yet to sign contracts with the board because of their own irreconcilable situation issues. Mhambrey should leave from his employments with IPL champions Mumbai Indians and Vidarbha so as to proceed as mentor of the lesser groups.

Dravid was first named as mentor of the Indian U-19 and A groups in June 2015 and under his initiative, the youths have accomplished exceptional outcomes, both home and away.

In Dravid’s first task as mentor, the “A” side won the triangular arrangement in Australia, which had South Africa as the third group. He rehashed that accomplishment with the Under-19 group, directing them to the last of the World Cup in 2016.

So in spite of juggling between two parts, the previous Indian batsman has figured out how to keep up a decent reputation with both groups and BCCI will be trusting it proceeds with both the U-19 and A sides confronting pivotal away visits.

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In addition, it will likewise be fascinating to see who the board delegates to take brief charge of the U-19 group and if the new mentor can keep up the level of the group’s execution in Dravid’s nonattendance.

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