Top Seven Cricket Coaches of 2013

Coaching is training, teaching to achieve a professional goal and appoints to facilitate his team. A cricket coach train and guide his players to become mentally and physically prepare for the match and achieve a goal. A coach is assumed to know everything about cricket and experienced and work at his own rules and regulations, they act as a role model and must assure that his players are safe and protected during practice as well as during match. Here is a tribute and respect to those coaches who have been able to create wonderful team of the world and history of game.

Top 1 Gary Kristen:

Gary kristen born on 23 November 1967 in cape town, south Africa. He played 101 tests and 185 one day international for South Africa between 1993 and 2004. As opening batsman he also has the record of highest score. He officially start his coaching career after retirement, he opened a cricket academy in the city of Cape Town. He will always be popular in the world of cricket to trained Indian cricket team to a second world cup victory. He could definitely qualify to be one of the top coaches of all time and one of those rare men who turned to a great coaches as well as best player.

Top 2 John Buchanan:

John born on 5 April 1953 in Ipswich, Queensland. Being tall and most attractive and being respected as a greatest and first class coach in the world. It seemed from his external personality that he is an analytical mind. He believed that he has to work hard on two things, Firstly, on build a solid relation between the team and a captain and Secondly, attempt to improve the personality of the players, so their performance in the field affected positively. He definitely succeeds in both objectives. He is considered one of the best coach as many and the greatest coach in the world.

Top3 Dav Whatmore:

Davenell Fredrick Whatmore born on 16 march 1954 in Colombo, Sri Lanka. He surely is one of the great and experienced coach at this moment. In 1989 he first started cricket coaching as a professional career. He had a short international career but a well known coach. He coached many cricket teams and got success and extremely efficient. He coached Pakistan team and started off well with a win.

Top 4 John Wright:

John Geoffrey Wright born on 5 July 1954 in Darfield, Newzealand. He is one of the most popular and respected coach had a moderately successful career. He played 82 tests and 149 one day international and scored 9,000 runs in the game. He decided to build his career that’s why he entered in coaching line which was a way for him to get back to the game he like most. He coached many cricket teams and got great success. He has the ability to make a team the best and succeed in every game.

Top 5 Duncan Fletcher :

Duncan Fletcher born in Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia on 27 September 1948. He was an extremely competitive all-rounder and his performances were extremely superb. As a coach when he took the responsibility of any team he made it and got superb won. Fletcher took many cricket teams to victory. As a player he was also a great and after that he become one of the best coach when he succeed to got a victory for England team, they got  victory after 18 years. He is one of the great and best coaches of the world and currently he’s coaching team India.

Top 6 Mickey Arthur:

John Mickey Arthur born on 17 May 1968 in Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa. He played many domestic cricket for many teams like south Africa from a time period 1986 to 2001. He may have the dedication to perform well, but unfortunately he was not become a top cricketer. Then he decided to build his career in coaching field. In the beginning it was not good but soon he did it and now listed in top seven coaches.

Top 7 Andy Flower:

Andrew “Andy” Flower born on 28 April 1968 in Cape town, Cape province, South Africa. He was one of the best wicket keeper and a good player. On 7 May 2007 flower was appointed Assistant coach that was the beginning of his career after two years he become the head coach. He was also appointed officer of the order of the British Empire in the 2011 Birthday Honors for service to sport. On December 2011 he was awarded the best coach of year.

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