Former cricketer Amol Muzumdar has been named as coach of the Mumbai cricket staff for the upcoming 2021-22 home season. The Mumbai Cricket Affiliation (MCA)’s Cricket Enchancment Committee consisting of Jatin Paranjape (Chairman), Nilesh Kulkarni and Vinod Kambli appointed Muzumdar because the coach.
The 46-year-old Muzumdar’s title was finalized after the CIC interviewed eight different candidates — Balwinder Singh Sandhu, Wasim Jaffer, Sairaj Bahutule, Sulakshan Kulkarni, Pradeep Sunderram, Nandan Phadnis, Umesh Patwal and Vinod Raghvan.
The MCA had sought functions within the second week of Might for the publish of coach of the Mumbai senior staff and laid down eligibility standards, which included that the applicant ought to have performed 50-class matches.
Might 21 was the final date to use and Sulakshan Kulkarni, Amol Muzumdar, and Sairaj Bahutule had been among the many distinguished names who had utilized for the publish.
The home cricket batting stalwart Muzumdar led the Mumbai cricket staff as skipper and performed 171 first-class matches and scored over 11,000 runs in a 20-year-long profession between 1993 and 2013. At present, he’s additionally related to the Rajasthan Royals staff within the IPL.