Gary Kirsten right man to be England coach – Lance Klusener

Our partners utilize technologies, such as cookies, and collect data that is browsing to personalise the information and advertising shown for you and to provide you with the ideal experience. Please let us know if you agree. Gary Kirsten is yourright man to become Englands next head coach, according to former South Africa team-mate Lance Klusener. Kirsten, who has had spells in charge of India and South Africa, is reportedly in discussions with England manager of Ashley Ashley Giles. Whats he going to attract? Loads and plenty of expertise, Klusener advised Stumped on the BBC World Service. He brings winning, so that for me personally is incredibly important. Opening batsman Kirsten, 51, led India for their World Cup triumph and has been in control of South Africa when they moved of the Evaluation rankings the year. He has coached Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premier League and Hobart Hurricanes at Australias Big Bash. Garys won the World Cup. Hes the perfect man for the job, said former all-rounder Klusener, who had been appointed Afghanistan head coach last week. He brings experience in coaching the big T20 leagues across the world. Hes one of those guys that if he does stand up and talk, individuals are inclined to listenand hes had that skill since I used to play with him England are looking for a substitute for Australian Trevor Bayliss, who left after four years in charge at the conclusion of the summer. England won the World Cup for the first time but their performances in Test cricket . Giles has stated that he needs a focus on red-ball cricket. Could you lift England white-ball cricket considerably more? Klusener said. What theyve done is fantastic but their battle will be at Test cricket. Kirsten has been a phenomenal Test cricketer himselfso he knows precisely what is wanted. England begin their tour of New Zealand later that season, enjoying two Tests and five Twenty20s in November. The boys take a walk on the wild side Analysis and view from the BBCs cricket correspondent. Please take a few minutes to complete our short survey. If you click onTake Survey the poll will appear in another browser window, please leave this spacious. Read more:
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