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‘Coach’s role is more about being man manager’

DNMUM392652 | 7/18/2017 | Author : Taus Rizvi | WC :599

Legendary Glenn McGrath says it is very important for coach and captain to be on the same page

Mumbai: “I think its very important for the captain and coach to be on the same page and work together,” says former Australian fast bowler Glenn McGrath on Monday.
Even as controversy surrounding India coach Anil Kumble’s exit and appointment of Ravi Shastri as his replacement continues, the Aussie legend believes coaching an international cricket team is more about man management.
“I think when you coach in international cricket, it’s a little bit different. You don’t need to teach skills because skill wise they already know the game well. It’s more about being a man manager where you make sure everything is provided to the players. Also help out the mental side of the game, the preparation, thought processes. That’s my opinion w
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