The cricket board (BCCI) has been, for the last few months, hunting to get a right person for the job of a full-time fast-bowling mentor at the National Cricket Academy (NCA). yet, it has not been able to find any any trustworthy name.
According to BCCI sources, the board is now interested in advertising for the position the compensation for which would be about Rs 60 lakh per year.The job Responsibilities are training the Indian pacers in good shape and then screen them constantly.
What makes it complicated for the board to find a coach are two riders which might be making the position unpleasant, especially for non-Bengalureans. The first condition is that the coach needs to be based out of Bengaluru and that he can’t have an agreement with any IPL team. Don’t miss: Jumbo: A Journey from player to Coach.
This is in distinction to the terms for the members of the Indian national team’s support staff who are allowed to have an association with IPL teams.What could also be putting off good candidates is the inequality between the salaries of national team mentors and NCA mentors. A team Indian assistant coach has remunerated anywhere between Rs 1 crore to Rs 1.5 crore yearly . They feel that the workload at NCA is no less than the national team.
Sources clued-up that the coaches for under-19 and under-23 age group teams are paid Rs 6,420 per day for the time spent in camps.
The board, yet, didn’t sound too worried over the issue. “The board has put together a process of hiring a bowling mentor.
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