King to quit after tri-series in Australia

Updated: 04 March 2008 08:51 IST

On Thursday, Indian team physiotherapist John Gloster resigned and now the team's fitness trainer, Gregory King, has also put in his papers.

New Delhi:

While Indian cricket board may have been able to find the Indian team a new cricket coach in Gary Kirsten, the Indian support staff is in for a major overhaul.

On Thursday, Indian team physiotherapist John Gloster resigned and now the team's fitness trainer, Gregory King, has also put in his papers.

According to the sources, the team's assistant coach Lalchand Rajput is also on his way out.

Rajput is not technically resigning, but his term is unlikely to be extended after the Australia series.

Gregory King had joined the Indian team with John Gloster in February 2005. Both their contracts expired last November, which the BCCI did not re-new.

King will be with the Indian team till the end of the tri series, after which the BCCI will look for replacements.

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