With the clamour for heads to roll in the Indian cricket team growing after a win-less tour of New Zealand, the Board of Control for Cricket in India has reportedly contacted former England team director Andy Flower to replace coach Duncan Fletcher.
A report in the Hindustan Times said on Friday that a Board of Control for Cricket in India official has had a round of talks with Flower. "Nothing has been finalised as these are preliminary talks with the Board likely to invite applications from suitable candidates for the post next month," a source was quoted as saying by the leading daily.
"Routine process would be followed before handing the responsibilities to the new coach. But so far, Flower has been contacted and let's see who win the race," he added.