New Delhi [India], Feb 6: Rahul Dravid, the man who guide, India Under-19 to chase World Cup for the fourth time, has bidding his anxiety on the disparity in the prize money that was appear for the support staff by the BCCI.
The BCCI had on Saturday appear a cash reward of Rs 50 lakh for Dravid and Rs 30 lakh for the World Cup winning squad. The added associates of the support staff including fielding coach Abhya Sharma and bowling coach Paras Mhambrey are to be accustomed Rs 20 lakh each.
However, according to a report, Dravid is 'unhappy' with the accommodation as the Prize money is far greater than the rest of his apprenticeship staff. The report added that Dravid as-well mentioned that the entire support staff had formed as a team, and had played an according and affiliated allotment in ensuring success at the U-19 World Cup in New Zealand and he went on to appeal that all abutment agents associates be adored evenly.
In a marked departure from the usual norm where the players, who have done it on the field get greater share of the prize money, the COA-led BCCI had decided that the chief coach should get the biggest share.