Bangar has not been associated with any team since his association with Team India ended last September.
If Bangar gets the contract, he will be succeeding Sunil Joshi as a coach from India to take care of the Bangladesh national team.
Bangar wants someone, who can bowl four overs and also bat efficiently in the shortest format.
The first Test against South Africa will be played in Visakhapatnam from October 2
He also committed that he will not be taking the coaching roles outside India.
The BCCI reportedly wasn’t happy with the way Bangar carried himself during his tenure.
It would be interesting to see what action is taken by the BCCI and the concerned authorities against this inappropriate behavior.
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The performance on the ground has benefited Arun and with Bangar's exit, he became the automatic choice for promotion which would also see his remuneration going up.
RCB appointed Katich as the head coach on Friday.