Former India captain Mohammed Azharuddin on Sunday threw his weight behind W.V. Raman, saying there are very few sharper brains around in cricket than the recently-removed women’s national team coach.
In a surprising move last week, former spinner Ramesh Powar replaced Raman as the Indian women’s cricket team’s head coach.
While the move surprised many, Azharuddin too fully backed his former India teammate Raman, who has represented the country under the stylish Hyderabadi’s captaincy.
“W.V. Raman’s knowledge of the game and coaching skills can be very useful for many. There are very few sharper brains than him and he has many years of experience. Hyderabad cricket association will do its best to engage him and draw immense benefit,” Azharuddin tweeted.
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