Virat Kohli Said Younger Members Of Team Felt Intimidated By Anil Kumble Claims In Former Cag Vinod Rai Book

Sports Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi

Published by: Rajeev Rai
Updated Tue, 05 Apr 2022 11:02 AM IST

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The sourness in the relationship between former Indian coach Anil Kumble and captain Virat Kohli was often discussed. Both the players had worked together for Indian cricket but the pair soon broke up amid many controversies. Now a big disclosure has come about another controversy related to him.

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The sour relationship between former Indian coach Anil Kumble and captain Virat Kohli has often been discussed. Both the star players worked together for Indian cricket but the pair soon broke up amid many controversies. Now a big disclosure has come about another controversy related to him. Many things have come to the fore in the book of Vinod Rai, former IAS officer and head of the Committee of Administrators (CoA) of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), on the conflict and controversy between the two.

Indian cricket was going through a tough time after the fixing controversy in the IPL. At such a time, the Supreme Court had given the responsibility of handling Indian cricket to former Comptroller and Auditor General Vinod Rai. The Supreme Court had constituted the Committee of Administrators (CoA) of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), which was headed by Vinod Rai. During this time a big controversy was also going on in Indian cricket. There were also reports of differences in the relationship between the then captain Virat Kohli and coach Anil Kumble.

In his book, ‘Not Just a Nightwatchman – My Innings in the BCCI’, the former IS officer has written openly on this controversy in Indian cricket. In the year 2017, Rai was made the Administrator of Cricket (COA). This committee had run Indian cricket for three years.

The English newspaper Indian Express quoted Rai’s book as claiming that on the Kohli and Kumble controversy, Rai claimed that the relationship between the captain and the coach cannot be called healthy in any way. Rai wrote in his book, “In my conversations with the captain and the team management, I came to know that Kumble was very disciplinarian and that is why the team members were not very happy with him. I spoke to Virat Kohli about this And he also mentioned that he used to be intimidated by the way Kumble dealt with the younger members of the team.

Rai said that Kumble, on the other hand, had told the COA that he only works for the betterment of the team. And his record as head coach should be given more importance and not the alleged complaints of players.

Rai wrote, ‘When he returned from the UK, we had a long conversation with Anil Kumble. He was apparently quite disappointed with the way the whole incident unfolded. He felt that he was treated unfairly and that a captain and the team should not be given so much importance. It is the duty of the coach to bring discipline in the team and being a senior players should respect their opinion.

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The sour relationship between former Indian coach Anil Kumble and captain Virat Kohli has often been discussed. Both the star players worked together for Indian cricket but the pair soon broke up amid many controversies. Now a big disclosure has come about another controversy related to him. Many things have come to the fore in the book of Vinod Rai, former IAS officer and head of the Committee of Administrators (CoA) of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), on the conflict and controversy between the two.

Indian cricket was going through a tough time after the fixing controversy in the IPL. At such a time, the Supreme Court had given the responsibility of handling Indian cricket to former Comptroller and Auditor General Vinod Rai. The Supreme Court had constituted the Committee of Administrators (CoA) of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), which was headed by Vinod Rai. During this time a big controversy was also going on in Indian cricket. There were also reports of differences in the relationship between the then captain Virat Kohli and coach Anil Kumble.

In his book, ‘Not Just a Nightwatchman – My Innings in the BCCI’, the former IS officer has written openly on this controversy in Indian cricket. In the year 2017, Rai was made the Administrator of Cricket (COA). This committee had run Indian cricket for three years.

The English newspaper Indian Express quoted Rai’s book as claiming that on the Kohli and Kumble controversy, Rai claimed that the relationship between the captain and the coach cannot be called healthy in any way. Rai wrote in his book, “In my conversations with the captain and the team management, I came to know that Kumble was very disciplinarian and that is why the team members were not very happy with him. I spoke to Virat Kohli about this And he also mentioned that he used to be intimidated by the way Kumble dealt with the younger members of the team.

Rai said that Kumble, on the other hand, had told the COA that he only works for the betterment of the team. And his record as head coach should be given more importance and not the alleged complaints of players.

Rai wrote, ‘When he returned from the UK, we had a long conversation with Anil Kumble. He was apparently quite disappointed with the way the whole incident unfolded. He felt that he was treated unfairly and that a captain and the team should not be given so much importance. It is the duty of the coach to bring discipline in the team and being a senior players should respect their opinion.

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