Sunday, November 8, 2009

New Zealand in Search of a New Coach

New Zealand Cricket (NZC) is now looking for a new coach to appoint for the New Zealand national cricket team. Recently, Andy Mole stepped down as the New Zealand coach and the team is now being coached by his assistant. NZC chief Justin Vaughan has said that the board is not in a hurry to appoint a coach because they want to take time in order to ensure that the right person gets the appointment. He has also said that the board is now setting up the requirement they will be looking for from the new coach.

After that they will start having conversation from the probable coaches. Justin Vaughan has also added that a number of coaches have personally expressed their desire to take up the job, but NZC has not decided yet over the matter. John Wright, former India coach, has also revealed his wish to guide the Kiwis in international circuit.

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