Is it that foreign coaches don't succeed in India or is it that Fletcher is past his prime? Shakya Mitra March 7, 2014 Last Updated at 18:08 IST India’s defeat to Pakistan in the Asia Cup encounter last Sunday extended their recent run of poor ... Business Standard India, 15 hours ago
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With the clamour for heads to roll in the growing after a win-less tour of New Zealand, the Board of Control for Cricket in India has reportedly contacted former England team director Andy Flower to replace coach Duncan Fletcher. A report in the ...NDTV, 2 weeks ago
When Duncan Fletcher was appointed India coach in April 2011, the BCCI, including the then board secretary N Srinivasan, had said the old man was the best available option. It was never mentioned that he was the 'best' coach. Before the Zimbabwean ...Mumbai Mirror, 1 month ago Will Flower be back in contention as India coach? Bangalore Mirror, 1 month ago
To appoint Indian assistant coach for World T20 Championship apart from holding talks with Fletcher. Time may not have been ripe to count the days of Duncan Fletcher as yet but the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) seems to have woken up ...Mumbai Mirror, 1 week ago
New Delhi : After what can safely be termed as an insipid tenure where he spectacularly failed on every opportunity that mattered, Indian coach Duncan Fletcher's time may finally have run out. The Zimbabwean, who took over from South Africa's Greg ...Daily Bhaskar, 2 weeks ago
Harare Until last week, Zimbabwean coaches were in charge of world cricket's heavyweight nations England, the mother nation of the game, and India, the country that gave this sport its financial muscle. But trips Down Under are proving a ...Southern Times Africa, 4 weeks ago
Can there be any excuse for losing a series against this New Zealand side? Tuesday's is the fourth straight series defeat for India away from home, but the one most humiliating. In the five-game one-day and two-game Test contests, the team returns ...Hindustan Times, 2 weeks ago
Contribution of Flower is much misunderstood in wake of Ashes humiliation - he is a hard act to follow, writes Steve James "It all ended in tears." Those were the words with which one Zimbabwean former coach of England began his autobiography.New Indian Express, 1 month ago
England must not rush to appoint a successor to former head coach Andy Flower and risk a repeat of the Peter Moores debacle, says Mike Atherton. in the job in the wake of England's humiliating 5-0 Ashes defeat but reports suggest that ECB Managing ...Sky Sports, 1 month ago Flower's time up as coach - reports MSN UK, 1 month ago
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