14.12.2019 02:09 pm
Enoch Nkwe remains his assistant as the national team turn to some familiar faces in other key positions too.
Cricket South Africa on Saturday announced the appointment of Mark Boucher as head coach of the Proteas and Enoch Nkwe as assistant coach at a well-attended media briefing at Newlands.
And the Proteas legend and former captain believes it starts with preparing proper pitches…
The bearded batting legend, who recently went the Kolpak route himself, says the controversial issue can’t be the root of all local cricket’s ills.
The legendary Proteas skipper had been interviewed by Cricket South Africa for its newly-created director of cricket post.
The numbers don’t reveal it, but the mercurial Proteas batsman has been struggling for a long while now.
The young quick wants stability in the national team. But he doesn’t say if Enoch Nkwe is the man to do that…
Graeme Smith is undoubtedly the rockstar candidate, but do the others have more varied skills for a job with a big scope?
But the Proteas great also notes how the SA attack needs to be in top shape to deal with and even exploit a “solid” England team next month.
And, according to the legendary batsman, there are quite a few of them going around…
A few months ago, the unfashionable Knights decided to change course with a recruitment strategy that now looks bulletproof.
Ryan McLaren is concerned about franchise cricket’s ability to prepare players for the highest level.
Former CSA head Haroon Lorgat says uncertainty and a lack of experience in key positions could see the national side’s ‘bottom falling out’.
The Proteas skipper isn’t oblivious to the challenges after the whitewash against India, but at least he’s staying for ride.