Posts Tagged "Australian coach"

Legspin great Shane Warne has been appointed as spin coach for Australia’s World Twenty20 campaign in Bangladesh in March.

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Australian cricket is fast losing its appeal, and the heart of the problem is the ambiguous role of today’s coaches and selectors.

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Cricket Australia should approach Ric Charlesworth and appoint him as coach of the Test team as soon as possible. Support him, give him the resources he requires, and implement everything that he recommends.

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Harry Kewell, David Carney, Luke Wilkshire and Danny Invincibile have withdrawn from the Socceroos squad for Saturday’s international friendly against the Korea Republic in Seoul

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Australian coach Tim Nielsen felt like he had broken Justin Langer’s trust after the former Test opener’s damning dossier on the England cricket side was leaked to the media this month.

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If, as Frank Lowy has repeatedly reiterated, the sole aim of Pim Verbeek’s appointment to the post of Australian coach was to ensure a safe passage to South Africa 2010, then the team’s impending qualification should rubber-stamp the Dutchman’s tenure as a success.

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Wallabies surprise-packet Quade Cooper is on notice to showcase his improved maturity and playmaking nous on returning for Queensland in Auckland on Friday night.

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Gold Coast believe their NRL coach John Cartwright is more than ready to step up from his assistant role and replace Ricky Stuart as Kangaroos coach.

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The margin of victory in the fourth ODI match between Australia and South Africa was so overwhelming in favour of the tourists that it is obvious Cricket Australia has to stop its complacent attitude to the performances of everyone involved with the ODI side and start making some hard decisions.

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Melbourne Victory’s Rodrigo Vargas hopes he and the A-League’s best can give Australian coach Pim Verbeek a headache when the Socceroos start Asian Cup qualifying in Jakarta on Wednesday.

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Once considered lost to rugby union, former Wallaby tourist Leroy Houston will add to his remarkable resurgence when he runs out as Reds captain in Queensland’s opening pre-season trial against NSW on Saturday night.

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Pim Verbeek got sent off in his last match in charge of South Korea during the third place playoffs against Japan and is suspended for three Asian cup qualifiers. Graham Arnold is taking over and leading the side.

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Swimming Australia has weighed into the international debate over controversial high-tech swimsuits, asking the world governing body to cease approval of any further swimsuits.

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Like Tim Cahill, and Harry Kewell, he may have had his fair share of frustrating injuries this last year, but Mark Viduka is the final missing piece of the jigsaw that has seen the Socceroos struggle to perfect a World Class picture since Germany 2006.

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Australian coach Tim Nielsen says his team will be in the box seat if they can add another 50 runs to their overnight total when the first Test against South Africa resumes at the WACA Ground on Saturday.

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NSW rugby league coach Craig Bellamy has warned combining State of Origin and Test coaching jobs is “fraught with danger”.

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Highly respected national head swimming coach Alan Thompson believes fallen Australian rugby league mentor Ricky Stuart was a victim of the pressures faced by elite coaches.

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Mal Meninga is in the hotseat to replace Ricky Stuart as Kangaroos coach. The drama that confronts Meninga, however, involves the legendary centre giving up his cherished Queensland coaching position in order to lead his country for the first time in his illustrious career.

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On Sunday, in his column in the Sun-Herald, Phil Gould lined up Ricky Stuart and fired a series of deadly accurate and devastating broadsides that should, if Stuart or the ARL have any consideration for the good of the rugby league code, lead to the Kangaroos coach resigning or being sacked. Read the story behind […]

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The hype of a pace-off between Australia and South Africa on the WACA ground in Perth has already been set in motion, but there are those who remain committed to the balance of a varied bowling attack.

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