The Indian women’s cricket team has named Amol Muzumdar as their head coach. Muzumdar is a pioneer of Indian domestic cricket.
The Indian women’s cricket team has named Amol Muzumdar as their head coach. Muzumdar is a pioneer of Indian domestic cricket. Despite never having the chance to play for India internationally, Muzumdar amassed over 11,000 first-class runs in 171 matches, including 30 centuries. Throughout his remarkable 21-year career, he participated in 14 T20 matches and more than 100 List A games. With Mumbai, he won numerous Ranji Trophy titles. He went on to represent Andhra Pradesh and Assam.
“Ms. Sulakshana Naik, Mr. Ashok Malhotra, and Mr. Jatin Paranjape, members of the Cricket Advisory Committee, conducted interviews with the candidates who made the short list for the role of Head Coach – Team India (Senior Women). Following careful and deliberate consideration, all three committee members recommended that Mr. Amol Muzumdar be appointed to the position. The BCCI issued a statement confirming Mr. Amol Muzumdar’s appointment to the position of Head Coach of Team India (Senior Women).
“I’m happy that Mr. Amol Muzumdar has been named the Indian women’s cricket team’s head coach. I have no doubt that the squad will improve and play well in all game formats during his leadership. The BCCI President Roger Binny said in a statement, “I am confident our players will benefit immensely under Mr. Muzumdar’s guidance and roadmap. The team has consistently delivered impressive performances in bilateral and multi-nation events.”