BCCI Indian Cricket Team Management Staff For Men’s Cricket

BCCI Indian Cricket Team Management Staff For Men’s Cricket

A lot goes behind such games which include tactics, strategies and the thinktank called the Indian cricket Team management staff

These people devote their service to the BCCI, in order to provide the maximum strength to the Indian Team.

While the prominent players continue to change depending on the format or fitness problems, there is a reinforcement army working behind the scenes that helps players prepare themselves for difficulties under all conditions.

Full List Of The BCCI Indian Cricket Team Management Staff 

1. Head coach: Ravi Shastri

The former Indian cricketer Ravi Shastri needs no introduction. The legendary batsman has shown his caliber to world cricket and currently is the head coach of the Indian cricket team (men) and the important face of current India team management. 

2. Batting coach: Vikram Rathour

Vikram Rathour, former Indian Keeper batsman with a terrific domestic record,  Rathour failed to jot the dots in the international arena as he did in domestic cricket. Nonetheless, after retiring as a player, V.Rathour has assisted as a coach in various IPL teams and even domestic cricket has flourished under him. 

He facilitated many senior cricketers in the line including Ajinkya Rahane and R Ashwin, to re-discover and unearth the rustiness and incorrect technique of their game, as well as to explore potential talents like Shubman Gill and Prithvi Shaw.

3. Bowling coach: Bharat Arun

The current bowling attack of the Team Indian looks menacing of all time, genuine credits go to Bharat Arun, as he re-defined the bowling aspects of our current team, and also served under team management for a good number of 5 years. 

R Ashwin, Jasprit Bumrah, and the majority of the pacers and spin bowlers in the national squad have benefited from his efforts as a bowling coach. Arun was the winning coach of the ICC Under-19 World Cup team in 2012.

4. Fielding coach: R. Sridhar

R Sridhar was heavily chastised for India’s numerous lost catches during their tour of Australia. The team has looked sharp in the England series as well as the WTC final. 

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Sridhar’s tireless work with Rishabh Pant over the previous few years is paying off, as seen by Pant’s performance in terms of batting and vastly improvement in the keeping and glove work aspect. 

5. Physios: Nitin Patel and Yogesh Parmar

Nitin Patel’s initial tenure went on for eight long years from 2007-15 for the national team. He was seen for almost more than a decade providing his magical service for Mumbai Indians, the most successful IPL franchise. Patel is without a hesitation a true find and ensured name for the Indian Team. 

The burden of Patel is distributed by his assistant trainer Yogesh Parmar, as the players need Yogesh Parmar to occasionally remains in Bengaluru to provide his services. 

It was a similar scenario, in the previous year when Parmar refused to accompany the national team to New Zealand since players like Hardik Pandya, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, and Shikhar Dhawan were undergoing rehabilitation under his supervision.

6. Video Analyst: Hari Prasad Mohan

Hari Prasad Mohan, an Indian team performance analyst, remains busy watching video evidence of his players and keeping a record of opponents. He frequently lies down with one or two coaches in the change room. They continue to provide live information to make an educated choice during the game.

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7. Throwdown specialist: Raghuvindra, Nuwan, Dayand

Raghuvindraa, just called Raghu, is the Indian team’s throwdown specialist. Raghu has developed distinct and prominent status in the cricket world due to his unique ability to throw a cricket ball at about 150 kph.

 Nuwan Seneviratne of Sri Lanka has played only two first-class games, the goal of employing Seneviratne was to obtain solid practice against a handful of left-arm fast bowlers.

Dayand has worked with Kings XI Punjab in the IPL 2020 season. He went on from directing traffic on a major Kolkata street as a Civic Police Volunteer to being the throwdown expert-cum-masseur for the 2020 tour of Australia.

8. Massage Therapists: Arun Kanade and Rajeev Kumar

 Arun Kanade substituted the widely famous Ramesh Mane, who was loved as ‘Mane Kaka’ and worked with the Indian squad for almost a decade, he had enormous shoes to fill. Kanade  began as a freelancer is now a qual part of the team management

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Rajeev Kumar, a renowned team masseur shares his birthday with  Ishant Sharma and Mohammed Shami on the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd of September. 

9. Strength and conditioning coach: Nick Webb, Soham Desai

After a systematic study including interviewing  about a dozen specialists, Nick Webb of New Zealand was recruited. So far Nick has made a good impact as BCCI head of Physical Performance. He worked with the women’s squad in New Zealand, and was affiliated with Warriors, the rugby league franchise located in Auckland.

After the 2019 World Cup, Soham Desai the assistant fitness trainer embarked on a West India tour with the Indian squad. Since Desai also often works with the A team of India and the Under-19 squads.

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