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More Twists in the Coachs Story

The BCCI should fomally adopt surprises as a key objective now. BCCI has roped in two new contestants into the fray from absolutely nowhere, John Emburey,former English Cricketer and Graham Ford, former South African Coach.

John Emburey is delighted at the prospects while on a day when the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) officially confirmed the receipt of his application for the post of Indian cricket team's coach, Graham Ford completely denied any contact with BCCI.

"I haven't had any official contact with the Indian board. But I must admit it is a huge compliment to know that my name is being discussed for the job," claimed the South African while speaking to TOI from England.

The game gets more interesting as it seems that former Sri Lankan Captain. Arjuna Ranatunga is also being considered.

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