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April 14, 2012
Vijay Telang, the former Vidarbha batsman, has been appointed as the coach of Vidarbha team for the next season. Telang, 60, who has previously served as a player and selector in the team will replace Usman Ghani. Telang played first-class cricket between 1970-86 and scored 2724 runs in 50 games.
Vidarbha, who finished on top of Group A in Ranji Trophy Plate League, lost to Hyderabad in the semi-final. With that defeat, they failed to qualify for the Elite division of Ranji.
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