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RCB names Ashish Nehra as part of the new coaching leadership team for the next IPL season

RCB names Ashish Nehra as part of the new coaching leadership team for the next IPL season

| @indiablooms | 05 Sep 2018, 10:55 am

Bangalore, Sept 5 (IBNS): Royal Challengers Bangalore, a cricket side which participates in the Indian Premier League, on Wednesday confirmed signing former Indian fast bowler Ashish Nehra in its coaching leadership team.

He will be part of the coaching leadership team along with Gary Kirsten.

Ashish Nehra joined RCB last season. He has played in all formats of the game and had been a part of the Indian team in two largely successful Cricket World Cups, two Asia Cups, and three ICC Champions Trophy tournaments. In the Indian Premier League, he has represented various teams in the past.

Sanjeev Churiwala, Chairman, Royal Challengers Bangalore, told the club website: "We are very happy to have Ashish Nehra join RCB as part of the coaching leadership team. Ashish and Gary will partner the Captain to help the team deliver better performance."

Ashish Nehra, on his appointment as RCB's coach said, "I had the privilege to join the coaching team of RCB last season and feel very passionately about the team. I want to thank the team management for considering me in a leadership position with the franchise and look forward for the successful seasons ahead."

 

Image: RCB Twitter page

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