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06/13/2007

BCCI surprised by Ford snub: Shah
The hunt for the new coach of the Indian team will begin in a week's time, according to Niranjan Shah, the secretary of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). [more]

Ireland ODIs to be broadcast on six Indian channels
Nimbus, the Indian production company, has announced that the forthcoming ODIs in Ireland featuring India, South Africa and Ireland, would be beamed in six channels, with commentary in five different languages. [more]

Six players miss opening day of camp
Six players missed out on the opening day of the Cricket Skills camp for the players selected for the ODI series in Ireland which started in Bangalore at the National Cricket Academy today. [more]

New coach only after England tour
A new coach for the Indian cricket team will be appointed after the Ireland and England tours, according to Niranjan Shah, the secretary of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). [more]

Emburey rules himself out of India's search for a coach
John Emburey has ended speculation that he was in the running for the role of India's coach. [more]

Sehwag, Harbhajan and Munaf out for England tour
Virender Sehwag, Harbhajan Singh and Munaf Patel have been left out of both India's Test and one-day teams for the tour to Ireland and England, starting later this month. [more]

Indian players to receive graded payments after all
The Indian players today had their way on the contentious contracts issue, with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) returning to the graded system under which the top five players get a retainership of Rs 50 lakh each annually. [more]

Indian selectors in familiar muddle
As the national selectors sit down to pick separate Indian squads for the upcoming tours of Ireland and England, the task will be anything but easy, given the number of options available to them. It's a familiar muddle, further complicated by last-minute injury worries over a few fast bowlers, which in turn raises questions about the fitness standards. While no player, with the exception of Manoj Tiwary, has definitely been ruled out of the tour, the challenge that awaits the selection committee is to pick two sets of 15 fit players. [more]

Borde appointed manager for England tour
Chandu Borde, the former Indian batsman, has been appointed as the manager for India's tour to Ireland and England, starting in a week's time. [more]

Zaheer Khan and Munaf Patel declared fit
Zaheer injured his groin during the second ODI of the Afro-Asia Cup at Chennai while Munaf returned early from the Bangladesh tour after suffering lower back pains. [more]



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