New Delhi Ending days of speculation, the Board of Cricket Control for India named Zimbabwe-born Duncan Fletcher as coach of the Indian cricket team on Wednesday.
Fletcher, who staved off competition from New Zealander Stephen Fleming and Zimbabwean Andy Flower, has been appointed as coach for the next two years, Board Secretary N Srinivasan said.
Fletcher will take over from the India tour of the West Indies beginning early June. India are scheduled to visit West Indies from June 4 to July 10 which will be immediately followed by a much longer tour of England involving four Tests, a T20 game and five one-dayers.
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