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After WC Semi Finals Loss, Sanjay Bangar Likely to be Removed as Team India Assistant Coach

Sanjay BangarAll Cricket National News Sports WC 2019 

Team India’s journey in the ICC World Cup-2019 has ended. After the defeat from New Zealand in the semi-finals, the BCCI has come into action mode. First, assistant coach Sanjay Bangar has come to the notice of BCCI.

According to a news agency, the contract between the other coaching staff, including the chief coach of the Indian cricket team, Ravi Shastri, can be extended for 45 days after the World Cup.

But, assistant coach Sanjay Bangar is not sure.

As the replacement of BCCI’s main faction. That they should have done their job better.

No batsman found for number-4

As a coaching assistant, he is also the batting coach of the team. Bowling coach Bharat Arun and fielding coach R Sridhar have done a great job in the last one-and-a-half years, but they cannot say this about Bangar. Because the team is struggling in batting. The BCCI could not pick a strong batsman on the number-4 position.

Bangar had called Vijay Shankar fit

A senior BCCI official said, “It has been a subject of constant troubles. We are giving full support to the players because they played poorly in only one match (against New Zealand).

But they will examine the process and decision of the staff. They will decide the decisions about their future. Before being out of the tournament after injuries to Vijay Shankar, Bangar also said that the Indian all-rounder is completely fit.

Team players used to help former batsmen

The official said, “Before being out of Shankar’s tournament because of injury, Bangar said that the all-rounder was completely fit, it was a simple matter. Things were not arranged somewhere.

Regarding the decision regarding management cricket, including senior employees, was also vulnerable and was also ignoring the Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC), which is a matter of shame.

It is being told that if there were any problems with the team’s batsmen, then they would consult with the former batsmen.

The questions raised on Team Manager

Interestingly, during the tournament, the conduct of team manager Sunil Subramaniam also put some officials of the board in a daze.

The official said that everyone who had a talked with the team manager was disappointed with his conduct. It seemed like getting tickets and passes for his friends and correcting his hat’s position is his priority. Earlier, on the tour of Australia, questions were raised on Subramaniam’s conduct.

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