M V Sridhar appointed India team manager for WI tour
New Delhi: M V Sridhar was on Wednesday appointed manager of the Indian cricket team for the tri-series in the West Indies starting June 28.
A former Andhra cricketer, Sridhar is presently the secretary of the Hyderabad Cricket Association.
BCCI had earlier announced the same 15-member squad, currently playing in the Champions Trophy, for the tri-series involving the hosts and Sri Lanka besides India.
While Arindam Ganguly will be the manager of the under-19 team that will be participating in a tri-series in Australia from later this month, BCCI said in a release.
Support staff of the Indian team: Duncan Fletcher (Coach), Joseph Dawes (Bowling Coach), Trevor Penney (Fielding Coach), Nitin Patel (Physiotherapist), R Srinivasan (Trainer), Amit Shah (Yoga and Massage Therapist), CKM Dhananjai (Video Analyst), Ramesh Mane (Masseur), M A Satheesh (Logistics Manager), R N Baba (Media Manager).
Support staff of the under-19 team: Bharat Arun (Coach), Anand Date (Fitness Trainer), Sreeniwas Rao (Physiotherapist), Ashutosh Dandige (Video Analyst).
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