Tatenda Taibu Joins The Race To Become Sri Lanka’s Fielding Coach
Former Zimbabwe cricketer Tatenda Taibu has actually tossed his hat in the race to become Sri Lanka’s next fielding coach. The Islanders remain in look for brand-new assistance personnels after sacking the incumbent position holders after a disappointing run in the ICC World Cup.
As per reports, Taibu has actually forwarded a six-page long CV to Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) last month. Tatenda Taibu is among Zimbabwe’s brightest stars to have actually played the video game. He made the vice-captaincy in 2003 just at the age of 19, such was his value in the Zimbabwe Cricket. And in 2004, he took control of management from Heath Streak.
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When he resigned as the captain and revealed his global retirement in 2005,
The wicket-keeper batsman surprised the cricketing world. After spells in Bangladesh and England, he moved to South Africa later on in 2006 in a quote to play for the Proteas. It didn’t work out as Tatenda Taibu revealed his retirement in 2012.
The previous cricketer validated the news from London, where he lives now. Being a wicket-keeper himself, Taibu is enthusiastic to perform for Sri Lanka in the capability of a fielding coach.
“Yes, I am keen to serve Sri Lankans. WKs are mostly neglected when organizations choose a fielding coach. A fielding coach must also be able to cover that specialist position. That’s the first and foremost advantage of being a former keeper,” Taibu stated.
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Tatenda Taibu is likewise eager to assist the group in other locations too such as management, batting, choice, and throwdowns. He has England and Wales Cricket Board Coaching Level 2 certificate. Formerly, Taibu likewise obtained the post in the Indian group however lost the race to R Sridhar, who kept his chair.
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