Gautam Gambhir agrees to become Team India head coach, breaks silence after suspense; Said – There is no greater honor than this

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Amid speculation that he is the frontrunner to become the head coach of the Indian cricket team, former batsman Gautam Gambhir has said that he would prefer to be the coach of the national team. Gambhir recently led Kolkata Knight Riders to their third Indian Premier League title and is seen as a worthy successor to Rahul Dravid. Dravid’s contract expires after the T20 World Cup. The last date to apply for the post of head coach of the Indian team was May 27. But it is not yet clear whether Gambhir has filled the application for this or not.

‘There is no greater honor than coaching’

During an event in Abu Dhabi, Gambhir (42) said, “I would love to coach the Indian team. There is no greater honor than coaching your national team. You will represent 140 crore Indians and people around the world.” Earlier this week, former India captain Sourav Ganguly endorsed Gambhir for the role of head coach, saying he was a good candidate.

‘Haven’t answered it yet’

Gambhir was addressing students at Medor Hospital in Abu Dhabi. Then someone asked him to coach the Indian cricket team and share his experience. World Cup When asked what helped him win, Gambhir replied, “I haven’t answered this question yet, although many people have asked me about it.” But now I have to answer you, said Gambhir, 140 crore Indians will help India win the World Cup. If everyone starts praying for us and we start representing and playing for them then India will win the World Cup. The most important thing is to be bold.”

‘Followed this mantra at KKR’

Gambhir was on a private visit to the UAE and visited the Sports Medicine Department at Meador Hospital. Among these, Gambhir, who was a key member of the Indian team that won the 2007 World T20 and 2011 ODI World Cup, was recently praised for leading Kolkata Knight Riders to success. Gambhir said, “A happy dressing room is a safe dressing room. A happy dressing room turns into a trophy winning dressing room. This is the only mantra I followed at KKR. By God’s grace it really succeeded. ”

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