On Thursday, Brendon McCullum named the new head coach of the England men’s Test cricket team.
Brendon McCullum is the England New Head Coach
Brendon McCullum, the former captain of New Zealand, was named the new head coach of England’s Test cricket team on Thursday. McCullum, who has coached Kolkata Knight Riders in the Indian Premier League for the past few seasons. Will team up with recently appointed Test captain Ben Stokes to turn around England’s woes in cricket’s oldest and longest format.
Subject to acquiring the requisite work visa, McCullum, 40. Will be ready to begin his duties for next month’s three-match Test series against New Zealand. Which begins on June 2 at Lord’s.
McCullum, who was born in New Zealand, is currently the Head Coach.
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New Zealand-born McCullum is the Head Coach of Kolkata Knight Riders in the Indian Premier League. He previously led Trinbago Knight Riders to the Caribbean Premier League title in 2020. He also had an outstanding playing career, earning 101 Test caps and serving as Test captain of the Black Caps from 2012. Until his retirement from international cricket in 2016,” the England and Wales Cricket Board said in a statement.
McCullum is face with turning around a side that is now rank last in the World Test Championship table. After losses to Australia and the West Indies in the Ashes.
I’d like to express my gratitude for the opportunity to contribute positively to England’s Test cricket set up and help the team progress towards a more prosperous age.
By accepting this position, I am intimately aware of the team’s current substantial issues. I am confident in my ability to assist the team to emerge as a stronger force once we’ve faced them head-on.
I’ve had several lively discussions with Rob Key regarding the team’s future path and have found his passion contagious. I’m no stranger to implementing change in a group setting, and I’m excite to get start