newscricket5 days ago

Chris Silverwood wouldn’t have been my first choice, says Kevin Pietersen

Former swashbuckling English batsman Kevin Pietersen feels that Silverwood’s lack of experience in international cricket might prove to be costly in the future. After impressively managing to win the County Championship with Essex in 2017, Silverwood was appointed as England’s head coach on Monday.
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newscricket7 days ago

Chris Silverwood would have to upset a few to do a good job, says Nasser Hussain

Former English skipper Nasser Hussain believes that England's newly-appointed coach Chris Silverwood would have to make a few tough decisions in order to excel in his role. Hussain also hailed the man-management ability of Silverwood, who would now be taking over duties from Trevor Bayliss.
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newscricket9 days ago

Reports | Chris Silverwood in contention to become next England coach

England's bowling coach Chris Silverwood is in England Cricket Board's (ECB) radar as one of the men to potentially take over as the head coach of the England team. After the departure of Trevor Bayliss, the ECB are now in hunt to find the next coach, with the winter season all set to begin.
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newscricket12 days ago

Gary Kirsten ideal fit to be England's next coach, feels Michael Atherton

Former England captain Michael Atherton feels that Gary Kirsten is the suitable candidate to be appointed as the head coach of the English national cricket team. The post has been vacated after Trevor Bayliss resigned following the Ashes which saw Australia retain the urn with a 2-2 draw.
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newscricket14 days ago

Reports | Gary Kirsten due to arrive in London on Tuesday to discuss England job

Gary Kirsten is due to arrive in London on Tuesday to discuss the England & Wales Cricket Board that he is the right man to succeed Trevor Bayliss as England's head coach. If hired, it would give Kirsten the chance to build on his successful stints in charge of India and his native South Africa.
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newscricket18 days ago

Reports : England contemplates to appoint Gary Kirsten as Trevor Bayliss successor

Former India coach Gary Kirsten has emerged as the front-runner for the position of England head coach after Trevor Bayliss' contract ended with Ashes. England director of cricket Ashley Giles will formally begin the process of hiring a new head coach this week and Kirsten might get the preference.
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newscricket2 months ago

Gary Kirsten to coach Cardiff-based franchise in The Hundred

Former India coach Gary Kirsten will be coaching the men's team of a Cardiff-based franchise in the inaugural edition of the Hundred in 2020. The former South African cricketer will join spin wizard Shane Warne, who was earlier announced as the coach of the Lord's based team in the competition.
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newscricket2 months ago

The Hundred | Welsh Fire contract Gary Kirsten and Matthew Mott as head coaches

Cardiff-based franchise Welsh Fire has reached an agreement with renowned coaches Gary Kirsten and Matthew Mott to lead their men’s and women’s teams respectively. Both of them reacted positively to being a part of the new venture and expressed their excitement about the league’s innovative format.
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newscricket2 months ago

MSL 2019 | Durban Heat rope in Gary Kirsten as head coach

South African franchise Durban Heat have roped in former Proteas cricketer Gary Kirsten as the head coach for the upcoming season of the Mzansi Super League. Kirsten enjoyed a highly successful stint with team India as head coach from 2008 to 2011, helping the Men in Blue win the World Cup in 2011.
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newscricket5 months ago

I remember telling Gary Kirsten that MS Dhoni will fetch us the World Cup, reveals Paddy Upton

Paddy Upton revealed that he had a gut-feeling that MS Dhoni will guide India to the World Cup trophy in 2011 as the Indian captain stepped out of the pavilion to bat alongside Gautam Gambhir. Upton also spoke about the difference in batting styles between India captain Virat Kohli and Dhoni.
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