Virat Kohli ‘not happy’ with Indian coach Anil Kumble?


Things don’t seem hopeful for India cricket coach Anil Kumble nowadays. The BCCI has started a procedure to discover a successor for Kumble regardless of good outcomes on one side. On the other hand, Captain Virat Kohli and other team members are not happy with the mentor.

Anil Kumble’s one-year tenure with the Indian squad finishes after the ICC Champions Trophy 2017. Former Australia cricket team captain Ricky Ponting believes that Kumble must hand over all the powers of coach to Rahul Dravid.

Indian player Rahul Dravid has been instrumental in uncovering youthful Indian ability with his work as the Under-19 and India “A” mentor. The previous India group captain has additionally been attributed for giving sufficient chances to youths in the Indian Premier League (IPL) during his time with the Rajasthan Royals and Delhi Daredevils.

“I don’t think the BCCI will discover many preferable applicants over somebody like him (Dravid),” Ponting was cited as saying by an Australian daily paper. “In the event that he’s occupied with doing the occupation, he will make a decent showing with regards to. He has a considerable measure of learning, is exceptionally experienced and sees every one of the three configurations.”

The rumours are doing round that Kumble might not given an addendum after the Champions Trophy since he has scrape the BCCI by wrong means.

Kumble requested a generous ascent in the compensations of the players (counting local cricketers) and bolster staff and has likewise given an introduction to that impact to the BCCI Committee of Administrators (CoA). He, allegedly, composed a letter to the BCCI as well, highlighting the group’s perspective that India is quick to take an interest in the Champions Trophy when some top authorities were reflecting on a haul out from the competition.