Will Ganguly return as India’s “High Performance Manager”?

29 May 2015 | Written by Siripriya; Edited by Vaneet Randhawa
Hunt for a coach for the Indian team

BCCI has approached Saurav Ganguly to return to the dressing room. However, the position offered to him remains unclear.

He might return as Team India's coach or even its High Performance Manager.

Ganguly's task, if appointed, would be to help India win matches away from home.

But sceptics are concerned if Ganguly would let the team to be in the limelight.

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He was quoted as saying, "I'm not sure if I'm really ready for that sort of challenge. Thanks, M.S. Dhoni, but I'm still playing."

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The announcement will come a day before India team's departure for the Bangladesh Tour.

The meeting took place at BCCI president - Jagmohan Dalmiya's residence to resolve the coaching issue ahead of the Bangladesh series.

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29 May 2015Will Ganguly return as India’s “High Performance Manager”?

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The cricket advisory committee which includes Tendulkar, Ganguly and Laxman and Sanjay Jagdale will consider the 21 eligible applications.

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