Headless India going strong: Smriti Mandhana

The date is July 21st and the location is Mirpur.
The Indian women’s team vice-captain Smriti Mandhana is not bothered by the lack of a head coach for more than six months. She believes that getting advice from different coaches will be helpful.
Since Ramesh Powar was fired in December of last year, the team has not had a head coach. The team had to play the T20 World Cup in February without their main coach.
“The BCCI has been searching for a coach for a long time and we will have one soon,” Mandhana said before the final match of the three-match series against Bangladesh in women’s cricket. “It’s not a big deal in terms of the number of people involved. ” We want to play the finest type of cricket we are capable of. Everyone on the coaching staff that has arrived has been very helpful. The opener said that having new coaching staff can be beneficial because they bring new advice and positive aspects.

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