Nepal’s newly appointed Head Coach Manoj Prabhakar has arrived in Nepal. Prabhakar looked all excited to Coach Nepal. He succeeded Pubudu Dassanayake a few days ago when CAN formally announced him as the new Head Coach.
Upon reaching Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), he talked with reporters and journalists. He said he wanted to promote and help youngsters. While the former Indian all-rounder acknowledged the challenge, he wants to develop Nepal at the International level and then help to compete in the different leagues [level] altogether.
Prabhakar is confident that he has enough experience and knows how to improve. He believes if one can crack a minor thing [fault] to tackle, then [we] can see the difference. “That’s why I am here. You will see the difference within 2-3 months,” confident Manoj retorts.
” Not yet. But I have seen the clippings and videos and how they are performing in the match, ” Prabhkhar expressed when asked whether he had watched Nepal play before.
According to him CAN has told him to help youngsters with batting. Manoj believes Nepal needs to work on the batting so that batters can put a good total on the board.
” I have enough time. I have to make them understand that this is the goal we have to achieve. We have to achieve the level of ODI and then Test. ” when asked about Goals during his tenure.
The upcoming Kenya tour will be Prabhakar’s first assignment. Nepal is set to play 5 T20Is and 3 one-dayers during the tour.