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Wednesday, June 7, 2017

BCCI can't afford me: Shane Warne

Continuing the speculation about the adventures of the Champions Trophy, the murmuring is on for the top post of the Indian cricket team. Many names are coming out in the fray.But in the meantime a shocking name has come, which was absolutely out of the discussion. He is the former Australian veteran spinner Shane Warne. Shane Warne says that he is quite expensive, so the BCCI can not afford him.

In fact, in an interview with Mid-Day, Warne said that I am quite expensive, maybe those people can not afford to engage me. Virat Kohli and I can be good friends, but I will be quite expensive for them.Importantly, Shane Warne has been captaining and managing the Rajasthan Royals in the IPL.

It is worth mentioning that after the Champions Trophy, a new coach will be chosen for Team India. Anil Kumble's tenure can be extended, but till now, Virender Sehwag is going ahead in this race. Meanwhile, Sehwag has sent the application to the BCCI of only two lines. In such a situation, the Board has demanded the comprehensive delivery of CV from Sehwag.

Sehwag's two-liner CV

According to the news published in the Indian Express, Sehwag has written in his own CV- Mentor and coach in the Kings XI Punjab of the Indian Premier League. I have played cricket with these boys (Indian players). According to information from sources, Sehwag is only Sehwag. They sent applications in just two lines. He has not attached any official CV with his application. After this, the board has been asked to attach the details of the CV to them. After obtaining his detailed CV, he will be called for an interview.
                                                                          ---Ashish Jha

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