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Sachin, Sourav and Dravid to Reinvigorate Indian Cricket 

Former Indian Captain Sourav Ganguly to unite with Dravid and Tendulkar in BCCI revamp. 

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Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid and Sourav Ganguly in 2004.  (Photo: Reuters)

The Board of Cricket Control in India (BCCI) has managed to finalise Sourav Ganguly as the National High Performance Manager. Other than Ganguly, the board has also been pursuing former cricketer Rahul Dravid and Sachin Tendulkar for the position of National Talent Manager and NCA and Talent Development Manager respectively.

If reports are to be believed, BCCI is currently in negotiations with Tendulkar and Dravid to take up the above mentioned roles in order to reinvigorate the national set-up of cricket in India.

Ganguly’s Role

The former Indian captain’s role will be on the lines of that offered by Cricket Australia. He has been told to prepare a blueprint on how the Indian team can perform better abroad. Ganguly has given his assent to the role, according to a report in DNA.

Sachin’s Responsibility

Meanwhile, the board wants Tendulkar to help upgrade the National Cricket Academy into a world-class training and research facility. He is also going to work with national and international cricketers of India, who are out-of-form, to help them overcome technical deficiencies and make comebacks.

Dravid’s Talent Hunt

The board also wants former Indian bastmen Rahul Dravid to work closely with the U-19 players in the country and identify talent for the national team. As the Talent Development Manager of Indian Cricket he will also work closely with the NCA.

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