Ravi Shastri To Leave Team India After T20 World Cup?

The Indian cricket team is focused on the T20 World Cup, much like some of the other teams. The players want to do well and win an international trophy. They are keen to leave their previous form behind and just want to focus on bringing a trophy home. Another member of the team setup who will be surely interested in securing a World Cup trophy is coach Ravi Shastri. Despite that, there is news coming out now that the Indian cricket coach could be leaving the team. That is at the end of the T20 World Cup, as confirmed by sources. With that being said, there have been some mixed reactions from the fans. Some of them are really happy while others are concerned.

What Is The Whole Story Involving Ravi Shastri About And Who Could Be The Next Coach Of The Indian Cricket Team After The T20 World Cup?

There have been rumours going around suggesting that Rahul Dravid could be the next coach of the Indian cricket team. This is a strong rumour that has been doing the rounds for quite some time. He has already been with the young Indian team that went to Sri Lanka. Further, the Wall has been working at Indian training centres including the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru to develop young kids for the future. That is why he seems to be the perfect man for the job, as per some sections of the fans. Despite that, it all depends on the fact whether Ravi Shastri is actually leaving the job. Another factor is the fact that Shastri is 59 at present and the age limit set by the BCCI for the role is currently 60. With that being said, the story suggests that the former Indian all-rounder has informed some key individuals that he intends to leave the role soon. This would be a huge blow for Virat Kohli and co. They would have wanted to focus on the T20 World Cup. The news could be a major distraction. However, it could work in their favour too. The team may want to win the trophy and dedicate it to the coach. Let's wait and watch what happens next!!

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