The Melbourne Renegades have introduced in Michael Klinger as their latest head coach after Andrew McDonald joined the Australian group as an assistant to Justin Langer.
Klinger, the very best run-getter within the historical past of the Huge Bash League, will start his function with rapid impact with the camps on December 17. Klinger, who performed 206 T20 matches, scoring 5960 runs at a mean of 34.45 and a strike-rate of 123.08, had introduced his retirement from the match on the finish of the final season.
“To be given the chance to educate the present BBL champions is, clearly, very humbling and a unbelievable honour,” Klinger stated of his new function on Tuesday (November 26). “I’ve performed with and towards various gamers within the squad and I am wanting ahead to working alongside such a proficient taking part in group. Andrew has arrange a terrific platform and I am able to take that ahead this season.
“I have been lucky to signify some excellent organisations all through my profession and the teachings I’ve discovered alongside the way in which go away me feeling as properly ready as I could be for the challenges that can inevitably emerge all through the season.”
Talking in regards to the appointment of Klinger, Shaun Graf, Cricket Victoria’s normal supervisor of cricket, stated, “This was a extremely sought-after function and we had candidates from throughout the globe. We’re happy that we had been in a position to safe an individual held in such excessive esteem.
“The qualities that made ‘Maxy’ such an completed participant are the qualities that can set him up for a superb teaching profession. He is properly ready, properly structured and a very good man supervisor with unbelievable management expertise.”