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Once an enfant terrible, Kambli the coach now talks discipline

DNMUM404538 | 1/3/2018 | Author : Taus Rizvi | WC :804

Prodigious former cricketer gets back to ‘his passion’ as chief coach at MCA academy

Mumbai: The venue is the picturesque Mumbai Cricket Association’s Recreation Centre at the Bandra-Kurla Complex. A man in white track pant and maroon t-shirt walks down with colourful sporty shades on his clean shaved head. The eyes in the awe of the palatial club house is quickly shifted towards the tiny man from far, being escorted by the officials of the RC.
The man that handful people are waiting for is none other than Vinod Kambli. An extraordinary talent with an international career that largely remained a dream unfulfilled and surrounded by controversies. Despite a short career (17 Tests and 104 ODIs), Kambli remains a well known name and face.
Kambli is returning to his first love -- cricket. He will have the bat in hand on
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