Cricket 18.9.2017 11:48 am

LISTEN: Gary Kirsten on why the Proteas need Ottis Gibson

The former national coach was on the panel that recommended the West Indian for the job and gives his thoughts on the need for foreign input.

Ottis Gibson arrives in South Africa on Monday and will hold his first media conference as the new Proteas coach on Tuesday morning.

LISTEN: Gary Kirsten on why the Proteas need Ottis Gibson
LISTEN: Gary Kirsten on why the Proteas need Ottis Gibson

LISTEN: Gary Kirsten on why the Proteas need Ottis Gibson

The former national coach was on the panel that recommended the West Indian for the job and gives his thoughts on the need for foreign input.

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