Amol Muzumdar is a former Indian cricketer, know his wife, education and net worth
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Amol Muzumdar, a renowned figure in Indian domestic cricket, has emerged as the leading candidate to assume the position of head coach for the Indian women’s cricket team.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) issued a call for applicants for the position, and Muzumdar showed an interest in it. Because of Ramesh Powar’s transfer to the National Cricket School in Bangalore, the Indian side has been without a head coach since December 2022.
Amol Muzumdar biography, age, wife, son, education, stats, net worth and Twitter
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Amol Muzumdar front-runner to be next India coach 🇮🇳
— Women’s CricZone (@WomensCricZone) May 13, 2023
The BCCI did not include any age limitations on their list of requirements for the future coach when looking for suitable candidates. The ideal applicant should have represented either India or another nation internationally.
Alternatively, they should possess a minimum NCA Level ‘C’ certification or equivalent qualification, a record of at least 50 first-class games, and prior coaching experience with an international team for at least one season or with a T20 franchise for a minimum of two seasons.
Amol Muzumdar possesses all of these requirements and will surely bring a wealth of coaching experience to the table. Due to this, many people are now curious about him. So, here’s what we know about him:
Who is Amol Muzumdar?
Amol Muzumdar is a former Indian cricketer. He has been in the news because he is the frontrunner in the race to become head coach for the Indian women’s cricket team.
He was born on November 11, 1974, in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. He did his schooling at B.P.M. High School and then at Sharadashram Vidyamandir School.
He is currently 48 years old and is married to Ruhi but the details of his children aren’t known.
Amol Muzumdar made his first-class debut for Bombay in the 1993–94 season and announced his arrival with a record-breaking performance of 260 runs on his debut against Haryana at Faridabad in a Ranji Trophy match.
He was selected as the vice-captain of the Indian U-19 cricket team for their tour of England in 1994; however, he was never selected for the Indian national cricket squad in either Tests or ODIs, despite being dubbed as such.
Despite this, he persisted in providing exemplary service to the Mumbai cricket team, even rising to the position of captain and guiding them to the Ranji Trophy championship in the 2006–07 campaign.
In addition to his playing career, Amol Muzumdar has also made a name for himself on the coaching circuit. In 2013, he worked as the batting consultant for the Netherlands cricket team as well as the batting coach for the India Under-19 and India Under-23 teams.
Throughout the 2018, 2019, and 2020 Indian Premier League seasons, he also served as the team’s batting coach for the Rajasthan Royals. As of 2021, he holds the position of head coach for the current Mumbai squad.
He has a net worth of $1-5 million.