New Delhi: Newly-appointed India coach Anil Kumble has dismissed reports of conflict of interest between his new job and his involvement in a sports firm as well as heading the ICC Cricket Committee.
The former India captain, who was named for the coveted post last week, has involvement in a company called Tenvic, which is in the business of sports and consulting. Kumble said all issues have been addressed before signing on the dotted line and he will also continue as Chairman of the ICC Cricket Committee.
"There is absolutely no conflict of interest. All things have been addressed," he said in 'The Week'.
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