Langer, Flower in Race for Coach in Team India

New Delhi, May 18: With every passing day, a new name crops up for the suitable candidate for India's coaching job. While names of legendary Indian players Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid and Sourav Ganguly were doing the round, now another name has been added to the list.

Former Australian opener Justin Langer and former England chief coach Andy Flower's names have cropped up as the possible candidates for Indian cricket team’s chief coach's job.

India's coaching job has been lying vacant after Zimbabwean Duncan Fletcher tenure ended after the World Cup.

According to sources, Langer's name is doing rounds as his name is discussed along with Flower’s name. But no formal offer has been made by the BCCI to anyone. 

Applications will be invited and due process will be followed and the BCCI won't mind if the duo sends their CVs.


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