The Punjab Kings have announced further changes to their support team ahead of the 2023 IPL season, including the return of Wasim Jafar as batting coach and Charl Langevelt as bowling coach, also with Brad Haddin as an assistant. I have a contract as a coach.
They hired Trevor Bayliss as head coach in September after Anil Kamble’s contract was not renewed. was named captain of Under Kumble, the Kings have missed the playoffs for his third straight season. Jafar, who was hired under Kamble ahead of the 2020 season, resigned ahead of last year’s big auction.
Langeveldt, meanwhile, was his coach in bowling for the Punjab during the 2020 IPL season until he was replaced by Damien Wright in 2021. He is also the bowling coach for the South African men’s team.
Former Australian wicketkeeper Haddin, his butler, said that Sunrisers would reunite with Bayliss, who had previously held the same post in Hyderabad. After another season failing to acquire the final four, the Kings made changes, releasing nine players on November 15 after their retention period expired.
Aside from Agarwal and Odean Smith, no other releases were regulars in last season’s first XI, with Kings returning on his April 23rd.
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