Wessels may coach Team India

Updated: 26 August 2007 07:42 IST

He's one of the few people who has played cricket for 2 countries, but now Kepler Wessels could add a more interesting suffix to his name -that of India.

New Delhi:

He's one of the few people who has played cricket for two countries, but now Kepler Wessels could add a more interesting suffix to his name -that of India coach.

It's still early days but sources suggest that Wessels is emerging as a serious contendor as a replacement for Greg Chappell who quit after the World Cup.

The BCCI is said to be impressed with his credentials. He is a former South Africa captain who coached English county side Northamptonshire for about three years.

Interestingly ganguly is well aquainted with the 50-year-old since the former India captain played under him last season.

Wessels has made it quite clear earlier this year that he's looking at returning to top flight coaching and had a one off as coach of south africa's emerging team in a tournament in Australia.

Topics : Cricket India
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