VIRENDER SEHWAG'S 'SETTING' REMARK SHOULD NOT BE TAKEN OTHERWISE: ANURAG THAKUR

Sehwag had on Friday said he missed out on becoming the Indian cricket team's chief coach for the lack of patronage from the powers within the BCCI and will not apply for the position again.

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