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Gautam Gambhir Appointed Indian Cricket Team New Head Coach

Gautam Gambhir Appointed Indian Cricket Team New Head Coach

Gautam Gambhir will be the next head coach of the Indian cricket team, as confirmed by BCCI secretary Jay Shah on social media. The former India cricketer will take over from Rahul Dravid, whose tenure concluded after the T20 World Cup 2024. "It is with immense pleasure that I welcome Mr. @GautamGambhir as the new Head Coach of the Indian Cricket Team. Modern-day cricket has evolved rapidly, and Gautam has witnessed this changing landscape up close.

Having endured the grind and excelled in various roles throughout his career, I am confident that Gautam is the ideal person to steer Indian Cricket forward. His clear vision for #TeamIndia and vast experience perfectly position him to take on this exciting and most sought-after coaching role. The @BCCI fully supports him as he embarks on this new journey," Jay Shah posted from his official handle on X (formerly known as Twitter).

Earlier, Jay Shah also expressed gratitude to Rahul Dravid, whose tenure as head coach ended on a high note with India winning the T20 World Cup 2024. "I express my sincere thanks and gratitude to Mr. Rahul Dravid whose highly successful tenure as the Head Coach draws close. Under his guidance, #TeamIndia emerged as a dominant force across formats, including being crowned ICC Men's T20 World Cup champions!"

He praised Dravid's strategic acumen, efforts to nurture talent, and leadership, which instilled a culture of excellence within the team. "The Indian dressing room today is one cohesive unit standing together through challenges while reveling in each other's success."

India made history by becoming the first team to win the T20 World Cup title without losing a single game. The Rohit Sharma-led side played brilliant cricket, claiming the title by defeating South Africa in the final.

Gautam Gambhir Appointed Indian Cricket Team New Head Coach

Gautam Gambhir Appointed Indian Cricket Team New Head Coach

Gautam Gambhir will be the next head coach of the Indian cricket team, as confirmed by BCCI secretary Jay Shah on social media. The former India cricketer will take over from Rahul Dravid, whose tenure concluded after the T20 World Cup 2024. "It is with immense pleasure that I welcome Mr. @GautamGambhir as the new Head Coach of the Indian Cricket Team. Modern-day cricket has evolved rapidly, and Gautam has witnessed this changing landscape up close.

Having endured the grind and excelled in various roles throughout his career, I am confident that Gautam is the ideal person to steer Indian Cricket forward. His clear vision for #TeamIndia and vast experience perfectly position him to take on this exciting and most sought-after coaching role. The @BCCI fully supports him as he embarks on this new journey," Jay Shah posted from his official handle on X (formerly known as Twitter).

Earlier, Jay Shah also expressed gratitude to Rahul Dravid, whose tenure as head coach ended on a high note with India winning the T20 World Cup 2024. "I express my sincere thanks and gratitude to Mr. Rahul Dravid whose highly successful tenure as the Head Coach draws close. Under his guidance, #TeamIndia emerged as a dominant force across formats, including being crowned ICC Men's T20 World Cup champions!"

He praised Dravid's strategic acumen, efforts to nurture talent, and leadership, which instilled a culture of excellence within the team. "The Indian dressing room today is one cohesive unit standing together through challenges while reveling in each other's success."

India made history by becoming the first team to win the T20 World Cup title without losing a single game. The Rohit Sharma-led side played brilliant cricket, claiming the title by defeating South Africa in the final.

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