#Kolkata: Jhulan Goswami in a new role in Bengal cricket. Not only a cricketer, this time the former India captain in the role of mentor. Jhulan will play the role of cricketer-cum-mentor in the upcoming season. It will help to improve the quality of cricket in addition to developing the sportsmanship of Bengali women cricketers. CAB officials want to use the experience of such a big cricketer like Jhulan Goswami.
Jhulan will work with players of all age groups, not just the senior team. The officials held a meeting with Jhulan Goswami at the CAB on Thursday. In the meeting, Jhulan was offered a new role. The Indian star immediately agreed to the proposal. In fact, Jhulan has always wanted to work for the development of Bengali women’s cricket. In addition to playing itself, Chakdah Express will mainly look at the things that can be created in the future. A few days ago, Jhulan returned to the city after completing rehab from NCA. Due to injury, Jhulan could not enter the field since the last match of the World Cup. Even though he has not yet received his fitness certificate from the National Cricket Academy, he himself says that he is ready to enter the field. Jhulan wants to wear the Indian jersey again in the upcoming England series.
The 40-year-old star has already made it clear that he is not thinking of retirement right now. He is desperate to find a familiar rhythm on the soil of England. Jhulan himself is excited about the news that the 2025 Women’s World Cup will be held in India. However, he is not ready to answer the question whether he will play in the ODI World Cup after three years. In fact, Jhulan wants to think series by series. Even at this age, the World Cup’s highest wicket-taker is in full swing. Jhulan was seen bowling to KL Rahul, Ajinkya Rahane in his own rhythm at NCA. As soon as that video went viral, Panchmukh cricket circles praised Jhulan. Jhulan said that he is still enjoying cricket. Apart from the country, she is also looking forward to playing in the Bengal jersey. Jhulan has already retired from T20 format. For now, Jhulan’s only goal is to get on the field quickly.
ERON ROY BURMAN