Wednesday, October 21, 2009

New Zealand Cricket--backs Moles to stay on as coach

New Zealand Cricket moved back to back their coach Andy Moles after a report suggested on Dominion Post said that senior players expects Moles to have been sacked which was published recently. Moles took over from John Bracewell 11 months ago. Without naming any of the individuals doing this, the post reported that the players were to believe in Moles was not up to their expected standards as their teams’ international coach. However, there is a reviews taking place following the frustrating tour of Sri Lanka and the Champions Trophy. Despite guiding them to the Champions Trophy final. Justin Vaughan, the Newzealand Cricket chief executive has recently issued a statement to approve that Moles remained the coach who was preparing newzealand side for their tour upcoming to the United Arab Emirates. Vaughan said that this looks at all aspects of individual and collective performance with a view to improvement.  The Post in Dominion has reported that the senior players had a list of severe concerns which encloses that Moles had not provided them enough tactical or technical support and that Vettori had efficiently coaching their side for the past six months. He has a contract until next World Cup. New Zealand has continued to be a one of the best ODI side during his reign, winning nine of the 19 ODIs played.


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