Shoaib Akhtar said he would produce "bowlers who are more aggressive, quick and talkative" if he had the opportunity to be the Indian bowling coach.
Former Pakistani runner Shoaib Akhtar says he is interested in becoming the bowling coach for Indian Cricket team if there is an offer, saying that he is able to put in place "the most aggressive, fastest and most powerful pacers. " Akhtar expressed his desire for an interview on the social networking application "Helo". When asked if he would like to join the Indian bowling unit in the future, he replied in a positive manner. The current bowling alley in India is Bhatar Arun. "I will definitely do it," said Akhtar. "My job is to disseminate knowledge. What I have learned is knowledge and I will disseminate it."
One of the fastest bowlers who played the game added, "I will produce bowlers who are more aggressive, faster and more talkative than the current bowlers who will pick up strikes in a way that they will like very much."
He said he had always wanted to share his knowledge with emerging cricketers and was looking forward to producing more aggressive bowlers.
He also added that he would like to "coach" the IPL Kolkata Knight Riders franchise, for which he played in the inaugural edition of the T20 League.
The former player also spoke about his first interaction with the great Indian striker Sachin Tendulkar in the 1998 series.
"I saw him but I didn't know how big his name was in India. In Chennai, I came to know he was known as a god in India."
Akhtar said, "He was my very close friend. In 1998, when I played as fast as possible, Indian fans celebrated with me. I have a huge fan following in India."
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