Indian women’s cricket team coach Tushar Arothe has resigned after his position became untenable due to alleged differences with some of the star players, who had protested against his training methods. This is the second time during the CoA tenure that a national coach has stepped down after players’ revolt. The BCCI on Tuesday accepted the coach’s resignation and quoted that Arothe cited personal reasons behind his resignation. However, a senior BCCI official said that Arothe was forced to resign after a few senior players, with reasonable influence, wanted his immediate ouster. While BCCI didn’t divulge names, it has been learnt that ODI captain Mithali Raj and Twenty20 captain Harmanpreet Kaur did not have good things to say about Arothe’s coaching methods when the BCCI bigwigs sought their feedback.