“Thank you, @JayShah for your kind words in your communication with me. Much appreciated .. @BCCI,” Raman tweeted.
Thank you @JayShah for your kind words in your communication with me .. Much appreciated .. @BCCI
– WV Raman (@wvraman) 1621086778000
Since Ramesh powar has been named the new coach of the women’s team, questions have been raised Cricket Advisory Boardthe decision to nominate Powar’s name. Raman’s reaction had also been sought.
However, on Friday Raman said he did not want to talk about women’s cricket any more as his coaching tenure came to an end.
“So to end this episode @BCCIWomen, I would like to let my friends in the media know that I don’t feel like talking about women’s cricket because my term is over. So I ask for your cooperation, my friends,” Raman tweeted .
So to end this episode @BCCIWomen, I would like to let my friends in the media know that I have no inclinations t… https://t.co/F3BqAwg4df
– WV Raman (@wvraman) 1621008118000
Powar’s first coaching assignment is said to take place in June-July this year as the women’s team travel to the UK to play one test, three T20Is and three ODIs.
On April 13, BCCI called for applications for the post of head coach of the Indian women’s team for a period of two years. Raman was appointed head coach of the Indian women’s team in December 2018. Under her tenure, India managed to reach the final of the T20 World Cup in 2020. The team led by Harmanpreet Kaur ended up losing the shock at the top against Australia.
Raman had succeeded Powar as a coach. In August 2018, BCCI appointed Powar as the head coach of the Indian women’s team. Powar was first invited to lead the team following the resignation of former coach Tushar Arothe, then he was given the full-time duties until November 30, 2018.
BCCI had advertised for the position and received more than 35 applications. The three members CAC comprising Sulakshana Naik, Madan Lal and Rudra Pratap Singh interviewed the candidates and unanimously approved Powar’s candidacy, according to the BCCI statement.
Former international, Powar played 2 tests and 31 ODI for India. After his playing career he started to become a cricket coach and is an ECB Level 2 Certified Coach, and also completed a BCCI-NCA Level 2 Coaching Course.