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Virender Sehwag Head Coach: Virender Sehwag, former Indian Opener, revealed his interest in the role of head coach for the Indian Cricket Team back in 2017.
It has given fans an insight into the behind-the-scenes conversations that take place in the world of cricket. It also highlights the importance of having a good relationship between the captain and the coach in order to achieve success as a team.
Virender Sehwag was approached by Virat Kohli and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Secretary Amitabh Choudhary in 2017. In regards to the possibility of becoming the Indian cricket team’s head coach.
During their meeting, Choudhary informed Virender Sehwag that there were issues between Virat Kohli and then-coach Anil Kumble. So, they were searching for a candidate to occupy the role.
Choudhary also mentioned that Kumble’s contract would expire after the Champions Trophy in 2017. So Sehwag could travel to West Indies with the team.
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Virender Sehwag decision to apply for the position was largely influenced by the fact that he was approached by Virat Kohli and Amitabh Choudhary. He has no regrets about his career, however, and is grateful for the opportunities that he had.
Sehwag stated that he is happy with what he achieved and that he received a lot of love and appreciation from fans during his career. He also said that even if he had captained the Indian cricket team, he would have received the same respect from fans.
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Coming from a small family of farmers from Najafgarh, I Am happy that i got the opportunity to play for India. got so much love and appreciation from fans.Virender Sehwag has no regrets for not being able to captain the team while he was playing for the Men in Blue.
Sehwag’s story highlights the importance of having a healthy relationship between the captain and the coach in order to achieve success as a team. When there are issues between the two, it can have a significant impact on the team’s performance.
This is especially true in cricket, where the captain and coach work closely together to make decisions on strategy and team selection.
Sehwag’s experience also serves as a reminder that opportunities can present themselves unexpectedly. Hence it’s our responsibility to take advantage of them. Like Sehwag did. When he was approached by Kohli and Choudhary with an offer of the vacant position of Head Coach.
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