The BCCI is moving away from the CoA nomination process for the next female Indian coach

The BCCI Control Board has moved away from the ongoing process, led by the CoA, the coach of the next Indian women's cricket team.

BCCI banker Anirudh Chaudhry told CoA that the Indian cricket board would have nothing to do with the coach's appointment. "An appointment that may be the result of this process can in no way be called for and on behalf of BCCI," Chaudhry told ANI.

"Unless there is a decision of the Court when choosing a women's coach, the procedure and appointment, if any, of these facts and circumstances are without jurisdiction and without authority," he added.

However, earlier it was news that the BCCI ad-hoc committee consisting of former captain Kapil Dev, Anshuman Gaekwad and Shantha Rangaswamy recommended the names of Gary Kirsten and WV Raman for the next female coach.

Meanwhile, CoA-nominated by the Supreme Court, consisting of President Vinod Rai and former India captain Diana Edulji, have been split in the coach selection process. While the former thief, Edulji, wanted Ramesh Powar to continue at least until the New Zealand tour that began next month, Rhee instructed BCCI's top brass to invite new applications.

Powar even received support from India's T20I Harmanpreet Kaur and his deputy, Smriti Mandhana.

His interim term expired on November 30 after his fight with ODI leader and veteran Mithali Raj for selection issues.