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Sunil Gavaskar laments Anil Kumble's resignation, calls it a sad day for Indian cricket

DNA Tuesday, 20 June 2017
Sunil Gavaskar today described the resignation of national cricket head coach Anil Kumble as a sad day for Indian cricket and patted him for doing a great job in his one-year stint.

"I have very little knowledge about the differences between Virat and Anil. But it is a really sad day for Indian cricket," Gavaskar...
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News video: Anil Kumble Steps Down As India Coach

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Indian cricket coach Anil Kumble late Tuesday night stepped down from his position after a widely-speculated feud with captain Virat Kohli, marking a bitter end to his successful one year tenure.

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