Australia men’s coach announced


The coach of the Australian men’s team is finally announced. Former New Zealand captain Daniel Vettori has been named assistant coach of the Australian men’s cricket team. Check for more information. Also discover fascinating game reports.

Australian Men’s Coach Announcement: Daniel Vettori Joins Team As New Coach

Daneil Vettori has faced Australia in 19 Tests. While he played 113 Tests for New Zealand. Along with this, he coached teams at Australia’s Twenty20 Big Bash. He was also associated with the Indian Premier League and alongside this he also coached teams in England and the Caribbean.

The retired left-arm bowler has also been a spin bowling advisor for cricket teams like Bangladesh and Australia. These matches took place in Pakistan in March.

He will lead Australian bowlers from the next test visit to Sri Lanka, which is scheduled for next month. Andre Borovec has also been hired as an assistant coach for Australia’s A team in Sri Lanka. The two have collaborated with head coach Andrew McDonald in the past.

Cricket Australia said in a statement announcing the appointments on Tuesday that Vettori had “relevant experience in all aspects of matches as a player and manager which is almost unrivaled, and his tactical outlook, mentoring methodology and holistic approach will be extremely valuable to Andrew and the team.

McDonald, who was replaced as head coach by Justin Langer when Australia visited Pakistan, said Vettori will bring “a terrific level of experience to the team”. “I’ve worked with Daniel before and couldn’t speak highly enough of his attitude, work ethic and rapport,” McDonald said. “His experience and poise are amply established.” It’s a perfect match.

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