Five Parameters Which Helped Ravi Shastri Retain Head Coach Role
India’s head coach Ravi Shastri has retained his role and he will continue to serve as coach till the 2021 T20 World Cup. Shastri was able to get the first place with former New Zealand coach Mike Hesson and former Sri Lanka’s coach Tom Moody taking the second and third place respectively. Meanwhile, there were five parameters on which all the applicants were given the score.
There were four grades for each candidate and they were given marks according to their knowledge of the said parameters.
The parameters were as follows:
- Coaching Philosophy
- Experience of coaching
- Achievements in coaching
- Knowledge of modern coaching tools
Subsequently, each candidate was given a rating of very good (20), good (15), average (10) and poor (5). The maximum marks were 100 for every candidate.
Shastri was expected to retain his position.
— Amol Karhadkar (@karhacter) August 16, 2019
Meanwhile, Ravi Shastri was expected to retain his position. He had done a fine job during his tenure of the head coach. Furthermore, the former all-rounder shares a great bonhomie with Indian captain Virat Kohli and the rest of the team members. However, Kapil Dev who is the head of the Cricket Advisory Committee said that Kohli’s inputs were not considered and the final decision was unanimous.
India enjoyed a successful run in the 50-overs version under the tenure of Shastri. The Men in Blue were able to register 45 wins in 63 ODIs with 15 losses, two no-results, and one tie. Moreover, India came up with solid performances in the shortest format of the game as Virat Kohli-led team won 25 matches of the 37 they played in Shastri’s stint as coach.
Meanwhile, the other applicants who had applied for the job were Lalchand Rajput, Robin Singh, Tom Moody, Mike Hesson, and Phil Simmons.
Consequently, Ravi Shastri will look to continue his good job for the team. India will begin their Test Championship campaign against West Indies from August 22.
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