Ravi Shastri to allow ‘fun’ if India stars remain winners Shastri intends to be a more relaxed coach which should please captain Kohli.
Eastern Eye Staff
India’s new coach Ravi Shastri will allow players to have fun as long as they put in the hard work, signalling a more relaxed approach to his taskmaster predecessor Anil Kumble. “As long as there’s a level of commitment, the hard yards are being put in and results are showing, why shouldn’t there be fun?” Shastri told the Times of India in an interview released Thursday (13) that could reassure captain Virat Kohli. Shastri, 55, took over as India’s chief coach this week after spin great Kumble quit last month saying his relationship with Kohli had become untenable. Kumble lasted just a…
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