8 Former Cricketers Who Can Replace Bharat Arun As Bowling Coach
8 Former Cricketers Who Can Replace Bharat Arun As Bowling Coach; Well, the Indian National Cricket Team has once again invited the applications for various roles in the coaching and support staff. Much to the same as last time, once again, the Indian team needs to look after many reasons before opting for a coach to the current team, which is being led by Virat Kohli.
Currently, the Indian team is one of the best bowling units in world cricket. Bharat Arun did a tremendous job under the watchful eyes of Ravi Shastri by making Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami a force to reckon with. Meanwhile, we figured out 8 former cricketers, who can carry forward the bowling talent of India.
8 Former Cricketers Who Can Replace Bharat Arun As Bowling Coach:
8. Courtney Walsh:
Back in 2016, Courtney Walsh, the former West Indies captain, has signed on as Bangladesh’s new bowling coach until the 2019 World Cup. He did a decent job with them by shaping the careers of Mustafizur Rahman alongside the youngsters like Saifuddin and a few domestic youngsters.
Courtney Walsh has taken 519 Test wickets, has bowled more than 5000 overs in Test cricket. And also, he took 5 wicket-hauls in an innings more than 100 times in first-class cricket.
But Courtney Walsh was a bowler who will be remembered for the spirit with which he played as much as the feats he achieved. He would be the best suit for the current youngsters of India to learn tricks for trade.
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