Correct cricbuzz prediction today: Lance Klusener withdraws his candidacy to become South Africa’s whiteball manager

Lance Klusener has withdrawn his candidacy to become South Africa’s next White Ball manager. Three weeks ago, ESPNcricinfo confirmed that he had Klusener among his six candidates interviewed by Cricket South Africa, but withdrew from the process, instead giving him a role in the T20 franchise. chose to concentrate on Klusener is currently coaching the Super He Giants in Durban in the SA20 tournament that begins Tuesday.

With this, the CSA includes current interim manager Maribonwe Maketa, former national assistant manager Adrian Birrell, veteran franchise and U19 manager Shukri Konrad, former Titans manager Rob Walter and former West India manager. Richard Pybus, the Islands’ cricket director, was selected.

Head of South Africa His coaching role was split in two, with one in charge of testing his team, the top of the country and continuing to be involved in his flight his cricket, the other his Manage ODI and his T20I team. Having played 49 Tests and 179 ODIs, Klusener applied for the latter post. The 51-year-old former all-rounder was a key member of the South African national team from 1996 until he was in 2004, and won the big 1999 World Cup when he led the team to the final in one of his best matches. We have reached heights. Retired with a reputation for being one of the toughest hitters on the ball, Krusener is a talent who scored 3,576 runs at an ODI average of 41.10 and a batting average of 89.91.

The CSA will announce in mid-January that his new Whiteball coach will be in charge of his three ODIs against England later this month. Klusener had previously worked in domestic cricket with the Dolphins and in international cricket with Zimbabwe and Afghanistan, so he was considered a front-runner for the position. Conrad was encouraged to take over the test site.

Kusener’s departure could open the door for Maketa, who was temporarily in charge of the Test side of South Africa’s tour to Australia, which ended on Sunday, to continue domestic work.Maketa has both positions. The CSA also announced that longtime coach Vincent Burns will be retiring later this year in the position of High Performance Manager. trying to fill

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