The IPL franchise royal challengers Bangalore are facing a lot of changes in the team management as recently the team coach Daniel Vettori, former New Zealand cricketer, had been replaced. It must be noted that royal challengers Bangalore did not perform well in the last edition of Indian premier league cricket tournament.
In such a situation it has been speculated that either the team will get its assistant coach and former Indian wicketkeeper Sanjay Bangar or former team India coach, South Africa legend Gary Kirsten appointed as the head coach of Royal Challengers Bangalore. It has been said that the changes in the team are happening as per advice was given by Virat Kohli as he was upset by the team Performance in last IPL where despite having a great team they could not win and won only 6 out of 14 matches.
Coach Daniel Vettori, bowling coach
Andrew McDonald, fielding coach Trent Woodhill are getting replaced sooner,
while bowling consultant Ashish Nehra will continue in his role.
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