Darren Lehmann had to say goodbye to Australian cricket team after the ball tamepring saga. Cricket Australia (CA) refused to sack him from head coach role and gave him a clean chit though.
But the departure of new coach didn't give much opportunity for others to fight for the coaching position. Why? Because as per close sources of Farzi Times, CA already had a name in their mind. They will appoint Vinod Kambli as coach.
Most surprising fact is the reports that confirmed CEO of Cricket Australia, James Sutherland was fully conscious while announcing it.
Lehmann presser had gave us a hint. The Aussie coach also tried to extinguish the fire with his tears, just like Kambli tried to do after India crashed out of the 1996 World Cup. Also, his similar look with the Aussie has worked for him here.
The former India cricketer has experience of coaching in big tournaments like Mumbai T20 league and he has also shared his expert views for ABP news. Later, they removed him from the expert panel just after he started making sense.
Our reporters asked if his coaching won't derail the Aussies, on which Cricket Australia said, "We don't think it will affect the team. We have learnt a lot for Indian cricket team and will make sure our coach Kambli also does nothing. Haters say Ravi Shastri has no role in India's success. But they don't see how he doesn't do anything, apart from just giving players some space. For once you will get confused who is skipper? Shastri or Virat Kohli? That's what we want. Hopefully, Kambli can also fulfill the criteria and does nothing to make Aussie cricket team invincible again."
"Lehmann used to share a lot of tips. Why poke nose? Should have learned from Shastri. No one knows what he shares with players, not even the players themselves. That's called professionalism."
Kambli also spoke on the occasion and he said his goal is to guide Australia to their sixth World Cup truimph, though he was not sure in which year. "This is going to be an epic journey for me. I am sure I will guide them to World Cup win for the sixth time."
He signed off adding the importance of moving ahead together. "I would like other teams to grow with us too. I saw the desperation of Australians to win every game. What is this? How would you feel if you are standing on top of a hill and your friends are still climbing it? Better climb it together for more fun. I want to lose against every team to give them the happiness of beating world-class team. We will lose to make cricket great again. Losing is winning!," Kambli said.
Note: The article is just for fun and creation of fiction, hence called Farzi Times.