Under new contract, Rahul Dravid has to select between BCCI and IPL

Team’s support staff, too, face a same choice

India Under-19 and India A manager Rahul Dravid will have to select between nation and authorization from subsequent deteriorate as a Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has motionless to come adult with a new annual agreement for a coaches, support staff and physiotherapist.

In sequence to equivocate dispute of seductiveness issues, a Supreme Court-mandated Committee of Administrators (CoA), that is now overseeing a board’s affairs, has motionless that a BCCI will offer 12-month contracts from subsequent season.

As per a stream arrangement, former India captain Dravid had to offer a Indian house for 10 months. In a other dual months, he was authorised to work in a IPL — Dravid is a manager of Delhi Daredevils.

The comparison Indian team’s support staff — Sanjay Bangar (batting coach), R Sridhar (fielding coach) and physiotherapist Patrick Farhart — and Andrew Leipus, arch physio during a National Cricket Academy, too, had been intent on identical terms.

In a 2016 book of IPL, Sridhar was partial of Kings XI Punjab; Leipus was partial of a Kolkata Knight Riders backroom; and, Farhart was trustworthy to Mumbai Indians.

Dravid was paid Rs 2.62 crore for his services while a CoA had hiked a salaries of Bangar and Sridhar from Rs 1 crore to Rs 1.5 crore usually a day ago.

The Indian Express has learnt that Dravid is excellent with a 12-month contract, though his agreement terms would have to be renegotiated.

”We will compensate him what he (Dravid) is removing in a IPL. By carrying 12 months of his services, we can supplement responsibilities, maybe during a NCA where zonal camps occur during a IPL. The BCCI doesn’t wish another dispute of seductiveness emanate lifted now, generally when a CoA is overseeing a board’s affairs. The new agreement will not usually be for Dravid though also for a support staff,” pronounced BCCI sources.

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