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newscricket18 days ago

Sachin informed me that he was batting out of position; wanted to give up cricket, reveals Gary Kirste

Gary Kirsten has revealed that when he took over the Indian cricket team’s coach role, Sachin Tendulkar walked up to him where he wanted to give up cricket as he was not enjoying his cricket. He also opened up on how he had to facilitate an environment which could get the best out of Sachin.
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newscricket20 days ago

Ravi Shastri’s ice-breaker helped me land India job, reveals Gary Kirsten

Former Indian head coach Gary Kirsten narrated the funny incident behind him getting the team India job and revealed that it was an intelligent ice-breaker from Ravi Shastri which helped him land the job. Kirsten also revealed that he mistook an official email from Sunil Gavaskar to be a hoax.
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newscricketa month ago

Open to coaching Indian team again in future, reveals Gary Kirsten

South Africa’s Gary Kirsten, who was at the helm when India lifted the World Cup trophy in 2011, has revealed that he is open to coaching India once again in the future, should things fall into place. Kirsten further opined that a great cricketer like MS Dhoni should not be bullied into retirement.
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newscricket2 months ago

Mark Boucher's advice to play short ball played big part in my career, feels Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli has revealed that Mark Boucher, during the former's first stint in the IPL, advised him how to tackle short balls effectively, which he feels helped him become a better cricketer. Kohli has further given a shout out to Gary Kirsten and Duncan Fletcher for having a positive impact on him.
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newscricket3 months ago

Team was prioritised over individual sucess in Indian cricket, attests Gary Kirsten

Former Team India head coach Gary Kirsten has revealed that building a happy team environment was prioritized over individual success during his tenure. The South African has also credited MS Dhoni’s inspirational captaincy to be the reason behind India’s 2011 World Cup success.
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newscricket3 months ago

Sachin Tendulkar suggested left-right combination be unperturbed in 2011 final, reveals Virender Sehwag

Amongst other things Sachin Tendulkar was right about on 2011 World Cup final day, according to Virender Sehwag, was the suggestion to maintain the left-right combination during the chase. Mahela Jayawardene’s 103 had led Sri Lanka to a decent total and India had lost both its openers quite early.
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newscricket7 months ago

Gary Kristen and Graeme Smith to take up CSA roles as cricket crisis continues

As the cricket crisis in South Africa grows even deeper, Cricket South Africa is trying its best that neither players nor national team’s performance are affected due to it. While Gary Kristen is set to be roped in as the mentor of men’s side as Graeme Smith is taunted to be the director of cricket.
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newscricket9 months 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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newscricket9 months 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 months 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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