Amol Muzumdar
Amol Muzumdar. Image: Wikipedia

Last Update on: July 17th, 2022 at 01:32 pm

Amol Muzumdar, a prominent figure in the nation, is most likely to continue coaching the Mumbai senior team in the upcoming campaign.

In the most recent season, which was Muzumdar’s first as Mumbai coach, the domestic powerhouses of Mumbai suffered defeats in the league rounds of both the limited over tournaments, the T20 Mushtaq Ali Trophy, and the 50-over Vijay Hazare Trophy.

Amol Muzumdar. Image: Twitter
Amol Muzumdar. Image: Twitter

Both the India Under-19 and India Under-23 cricket teams have hired Mazumdar as their batting coach. Mazumdar was hired as the Netherlands cricket team’s batting consultant in December 2013.

Mazumdar was hired as the Rajasthan Royals’ batting coach for the 2018 IPL 2018. For three seasons, he served as the Rajasthan Royals’ batting coach (2018, 2019, 2020).

Amol Muzumdar. Image: Twitter
Amol Muzumdar. Image: Twitter

Muzumdar is still employed by the Rajasthan Royals as of 2021, however his title has changed. He has been named the South African Cricket Team’s (provisional) batting coach. During South Africa’s visit to India. Today, Muzumdar is the team’s head coach for Mumbai.

Amol Muzumdar likely to continue as Mumbai coach:

For the forthcoming season, all of Mumbai’s coaches from the previous campaign ought to be kept on. The Cricket Improvement Committee of the MCA chose on Thursday.

Amol Muzumdar.
Amol Muzumdar. Image: Twitter

“We lost the Ranji final, but we found a lot of bright kids. As an example, consider Saved Parkar, who scored a double century on his debut.

“It is preferable to rehire the same group of coaches because all of Mumbai’s teams performed well the previous season. for off-season camps to start soon. By the first week of September, the new domestic season should start,”  a source was quoted as saying to TOI.

Former Indian cricketers Vinod Kambli and Nilesh Kulkarni serve as the CIC’s leaders. Jatin Paranjape, a former Indian batsman, is also included.

Amit Velaskar’s under-19 team made it to the Cooch Behar championship, while Rajesh Pawar’s Mumbai Under-25 side took home the Col. CK Nayudu Trophy.

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