“The world must beware”: Michael Vaughan says Rahul Dravid has taken over as India coach


"Beware the world is better"Michael Vaughan, in a statement that Rahul Dravid has taken over as India coach

Rahul Dravid is the next head coach of the Indian team.© Twitter

If the news that Rahul Dravid has taken over as India’s head coach is true, “the rest of the world should be careful,” said former England captain Michael Vaughan, who won the Ashes. According to several media reports, former captain of the Indian cricket team Dravid will take over as the head coach of the men’s cricket team after the T20 World Cup in the UAE and Oman. If true, Dravid will replace current head coach Ravi Shastri, whose tenure at the DVD World Cup is coming to an end. While the BCCI has not yet responded to the reports, former cricketers and cricket pundits have called on social media to share their views on Dravid being the Indian coach.

Van wrote: “If Rahul Dravid is a real Indian coach, I think the rest of the world should be careful …!”

The news was received positively by the supporters of the Indian cricket team, one of the most popular names associated with the Dravid national side, many years after he said goodbye to his playing career.

Former India captain Wasim Jaffer happily wrote that Dravid had appointed all-rounder Shardul Thakur: “Until yesterday, news reports said that Rahul Dravid was going to stay at the NCA. But early in the morning he became the India coach. So what happened? My best guess is that he blew out the candles on the cake.

If Dravid becomes the head coach of the Indian team, he will have to resign as the head of the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bangalore.

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