At last BCCI appoints Eric Simons as bowling coach

After the removal of Venkatesh Prasad in October-November last year, Dhoni and co led his team without a bowling and fielding coach for a month or couple.

Dhoni during the Lankan tour of India demanded a fielding coach after he told that Gary Kirsten has more load.

BCCI started searching for a bowing coach and listed that Allan Donald or Eric Simons both Proteas for the Bowling coach.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India has appointed Eric Simmons as the bowling coach for the Indian team for a short time of period.

He will be coaching India for 3 tours starting from the Bangladesh test series. He will be there for the The South African test series and one day series.

Eric Simons who has been chosen as the Indian bowing consultant debuted for The Proteas in 1994 at the age of 32 and played 23 ODIs. He went on to take 33 wickets and 217 runs.

After his retirement, he also coached the South African team.


About Adithya Ramesh

Yo people. This is Adithya. A student who loves what he does. Has passion for Cricket and is a die hard SRT fan. Loves to photograph and is a travel freak

Posted on January 11, 2010, in News, Team news and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

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