Sushil Kapoor is new Team India Manager

Updated: 13 December 2009 10:45 IST

As Mayank Parekh recovers from a viral infection, PCA official Sushil Kapoor has been appointed manager of the Indian team for the ODI series against SL.

Chandigarh:

As Mayank Parekh recovers from a viral infection, Punjab Cricket Association official Sushil Kapoor has been appointed manager of the Indian team for the one-day series against Sri Lanka.

The five-match series will begin in Rajkot on Tuesday.

Parekh, along with India opener Gautam Gambhir, had tested negative for Swine Flu.

"I have been named as manager of the Indian team for the five-match one-day series," Kapoor said before leaving the city with Indian players.

Both the Indian and Sri Lankan players left by a chartered flight this afternoon to Rajkot.

Topics : Cricket Sreesanth
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