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In any walk of life, a drastic change in the leadership, administration or regime, is bound to have great repercussions for the long term horizon. In a sport like cricket, a change in the support staff or coaching department can mean several alterations to the style in which a team functions. Now that Ravi Shastri is set to be named as India’s next coach, taking over from Anil Kumble, there will be clear changes coming to the fore.


Shastri’s appointment will be welcomed by a few individuals, who were backed tremendously by the former Indian all rounder. However, on the other side of the coin, there would be a scenario where Shastri’s presence could potentially hinder the functioning of a few integral members.


Thereby, below we have a look at five such names who will be impacted by Ravi Shastri’s appointment as the next Indian coach.

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