All you want to know about Indian cricket team`s new manager

The Board of control for cricket in India( BCCI) recently appointed Sunil Subramaniam as the new administrative manager of Indian cricket team for a period of one year.


The Board of control for cricket in India( BCCI) recently appointed Sunil Subramaniam as the new administrative manager of Indian cricket team for a period of one year. Subramanium had retired from competititve cricket in 2001 at the age of 34 and started coaching in 2005. He is famous for teaching Ravichandran Ashwin the tricks of the trade regarding off-spin bowling. He will join the national team before the start of the second Test in Colombo, Sri Lanka.

Sunil Subramanium was born in Mumbai in 1967

He represented both TN(1988/89 to 1997/98 ) and Assam(2000/01), taking 285 wickets in 74 first-class matches

During his playing career, Subramaniam also worked for the Indian IT company HCL Technologies

Subramaniam retired from competitive cricket in 2001 after tearing a ligament in his left leg during practice

In 2005, he became the coach of the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association Academy

Sunil is a highly-rated coach in Tamil Nadu, and has worked with a lot of top cricketers

He has been the coach of Indian spinner Ravichandran Ashwin since Ashwin's under-19 days at Tamil Nadu