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'If there's an opportunity about coaching India, I will think about it'

April 02, 2016 12:22 IST

IMAGE: Indian captain MS Dhoni along with teammates Virat Kohli, Hardik Pandya and Ajinkya Rahane during training session. Photograph: PTI.

Shane Warne has said he was not a man to say no to any proposition such as coaching the Indian team but presently his plate was
full as a television broadcaster and professional poker player.

"I never said no to anything and India is a very talented team. But there are very few free days left in the year (because of his various commitments)," said Warne, at a 'Monarch Cruise' function in Mumbai.

"If you are not 100 per cent you should not say yes (to any proposition). If any opportunity comes about down the line I will think about it," he added. 

Former Australia speedster Brett Lee, also present at the function, said he was not free at present to take up a job like coaching a national team like India who are without a head coach after the exit of Duncan Fletcher of Zimbabwe and are currently guided by team director Ravi Shastri

"I love coming to India which I consider as my second home. But I am not sure whether I am ready as I am very busy right now," said Lee.

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