Support staff for India tour

Supporting Staff Should be-
Head Coach:  [Sri Lanka]  Marvan Atapattu(Intern Coach for the India Tour)
Batting Coach:  [Sri Lanka]  Marvan Atapattu (Intern Coach for the India Tour)
Fielding Coach:  [South African] Nic Pothas
Fast Bowling Coach:  [Sri Lanka]  Rumesh Ratnayake
Spin Bowling Coach:  [Sri Lanka]  Muttiah Muralitharan (Intern Coach for the India Tour)
Strength & Conditioning Coach:  [England]  Nick Lee
Asanka Gurusinha should be Fired and the On-Tour Selector should be the Head Coach and the Captain. 
Muttiah Muralitharan do have their T20 Tournament coaching and not interested in being a full-time coach mostly Muttiah Muralitharan  and Sri Lanka Cricket seem to think they don`t have the level of experience in coaching to handle the national side so this tour should be the point where both sides come together to nurture the future stars to be Top Quality players so that they are able to put up a fight against the strong India team in there own condition.

Both Tharindu Kaushal and Lakshan Sandakan can learn a lot from Muttiah Muralitharan and become as great as him or even better.

Sri Lanka cricket should use there own country coaches than Paying high price for International coaches who don`t deliver results and great example is that Kumar Sangakarra just had a conversation with some players before the ICC Champions Trophy against India and they end up chasing 300+ in England against a World Class Bowling Unit. Another Example is Sri Lanka cricket hired Allan Donald to improve the bowling unit but end up making it worse than Chaminda Vaas and Rumesh Ratnayake are now shaping the Fast Bowlers back into World Class Bowlers like Lahiru Gamage,Nuwan Pradeep,Suranga Lakmal,Vishwa Fernando in the Test and ODIs and Isuru Udana in T20s. So they should do the same for our Batting Coaching Staff as well and you would see results also Muttiah Muralitharan should be a Spin Bowling consultant therefore he can work with Players like Tharindu Kaushal and Lakshan Sandakan since he doesn`t want to be a full time coach. 

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