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Aussie troubles 'no surprise'
Sunday Star-Times

Not surprising that cracks have started to appear: Rixon

Steve Rixon, the former Australian assistant coach, says he is "not surprised" by Australia's slide as a Test force because fractures were evident several years ago. Rixon, who is now Pakistan's fielding coach, was part of Australia's coaching ..., 2 weeks ago
Aussie troubles 'no surprise' Sunday Star-Times, 2 weeks ago

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Black Caps adjusting to life post-Brendon McCullum, former coach Steve Rixon says

The Black Caps are still trying to find their identity post-Brendon McCullum, with Kane Williamson yet to fully stamp his mark on the captaincy. That's the sentiment of former New Zealand coach Steve Rixon, who is these days employed as Pakistan's ... weeks ago Captain Kane slowly growing into new role weeks ago
Melbourne Age

Old hands outscoring Clarke in autobiography run chase

It made an almighty splash when it landed on shelves and you can barely walk past a book shop without seeing a promotional poster of it, but Michael Clarke's autobiography hasn't made the same impact when it comes to sales. Clarke pulled no punches ...
 Melbourne Age3 days ago Clarke's autobiography fails to fly off the shelves  Sydney Morning Herald3 days ago Modest sales for Michael Clarke autobiography compared to Ricky Ponting book  Sydney Morning Herald3 days ago

Disappointed Arthur expects turnaround Down Under

MICKEY Arthur says we just need to be mentally prepared and ready for the biggest challenge of some of the players careers. KARACHI: A day after Pakistan suffered one of the most bizarre batting collapses in to enable New Zealand secure their ...
 DAWN Group4 days ago

Unusual picks that changed Australian cricket

A major overhaul of the Test team looms for the Adelaide finale to the South Africa series, a dead rubber thanks to the embarrassing thrashings dished out by an understrength Proteas team in the first two matches. So who does Australia pick? And ...
 Herald Sun2 weeks ago

Healy: They don't have any impact

ROD Marsh shouldn't be the only man packing his bags from Australian cricket. Former Test wicketkeeper Ian Healy has called for a coaching cull on the back of the Aussies series defeat against South Africa, arguing there are too many assistants ...
 Tasmania Mercury2 weeks ago

November 15, 1996: Pakistan wins Singer trophy

English umpire George Sharpe aided the Wasim Akram-led team with three questionable leg before decisions. Pakistan cricket team holding the Singer Champions Trophy at the Sharjah cricket stadium. - Gulf News Archives Pakistan wins the Singer ...
 Gulf News2 weeks ago

Fleming and Ponting: Off route but on track

Provided by Wisden Neither Fleming, the serving coach of Chennai Super Kings, nor Ponting, first-time coach at Mumbai Indians, took the coaching route to the IPL. BCCI Who would have thought, say a decade back, that a Kiwi and an Australian ...
 MSN News US3 weeks ago
Siasat Daily

´╗┐Pakistan Team Management announced for New Zealand Tour

Home ┬╗ Karachi Karachi: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has announced the Team Management for New Zealand tour. Azhar Mahmood has been assigned bowling coach for a period of two years effective from November 1, 2016. Team Pakistan will play two ...
 Pakistan Press International1 month ago Azhar Mahmood appointed as bowling coach of Pakistan  Siasat Daily1 month ago Azhar Mahmood made bowling coach of Pakistan  Press Trust of India1 month ago Pakistan appoints bowling coach  SAMAA TV1 month ago
Khaleej Times

Is Asad Shafiq the new Younis Khan?

Karachi player is enjoying his new role as a No 3 batsman Asad Shafiq, one of the most successful Pakistan batsmen in recent times, is revelling in his new role in his country's Test team. Despite the presence of the mighty Younis Khan, skipper ...
 Khaleej Times1 month ago
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