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Manhas and Bhatia applies, Gambhir to recuse himself from Ranji team interviews

However, there are likes of Mithun Manhas and Rajat Bhatia, who have applied for the senior team's coach's post. They have played first-class cricket alongside Gambhir for a decade.


PTI Last Updated at 03 Aug 2018, 21:08 IST India

Gautam Gambhir will recuse himself from all the support staff recruitment interviews for the senior men's team, to be conducted by the high powered DDCA Cricket Committee, with some of his old teammates in the fray.

Gambhir is a special invitee to the committee comprising Virender Sehwag, Aakash Chopra, and Rahul Sanghvi.

However, there are likes of Mithun Manhas and Rajat Bhatia, who have applied for the senior team's coach's post. They have played first-class cricket alongside Gambhir for a decade.

"Gautam will not be a part of any Ranji Trophy recruitment meetings as it might lead to Conflict of Interest. However, he is expected to play an active part in drawing blueprint for Delhi cricket. He will very much be a part of the recruitment process of U-19, U-16. He wants to have a close look how DDCA is looking after its grassroots programme," a senior DDCA official told PTI today.

While KP Bhaskar has once again applied for chief coach's post, there is very little chance that he would get the third year in the hot seat.

Manhas is an interesting candidate, shortlisted for the senior coach's position. He has in fact played under both Sehwag and Chopra and at times even captained them in the state and zonal side.

Manhas was also the batting coach of Kings XI Punjab where Sehwag was head of the coaching staff.

Bhatia on his part has also applied for a trainer's post as he has done a certification course.

Manoj Prabhakar has also applied along with outstation candidates like Ajay Ratra (Haryana), Lalchand Rajput and Sulakshan Kulkarni (both from Mumbai).

Hari Gidwani and Vinay Lamba have once again applied for the post of selectors.

(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)


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