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19 Mar 2019 08:20 #370338 by chairman
Windies leg-spin­ner Samuel Badree is set to be­come the first West In­di­an to coach in the lu­cra­tive In­di­an Pre­mier League (IPL).

Badree a lev­el III coach has been em­ployed as the spin bowl­ing coach for the Del­hi Cap­i­tals for the up­com­ing IPL. The IPL gets go­ing on March 23 and Del­hi Cap­i­tals will be­gin their bid for ho­n­ours on March 24 against the pop­u­lar Mum­bai In­di­ans.

Badree will be work­ing with the for­mer Aus­tralian Test play­er Ricky Ponting who is the head coach at the fran­chise. Badree has played in five CPLs start­ing in 2013. He first played for the Ra­jasthan Roy­als and then moved to Chan­nai where he played for two years. He al­so played for the Roy­al Chal­lengers Ban­ga­lore for two sea­sons

The Bar­rack­pore man made it clear that he has not re­tired from in­ter­na­tion­al crick­et. "I have not re­tired from in­ter­na­tion­al crick­et. I have coached be­fore at the Aus­tralian Acad­e­my so this is my sec­ond stint as coach and I am re­al­ly look­ing for­ward to it.

"I am very proud of be­ing the first West In­di­an to coach at the IPL and al­so to be a spin­ner and get a job as a spin bowl­ing coach in In­dia is al­so big to me.

"I in­tend to do the best that I can do to lift the fran­chise and I am keen to see how this tran­si­tion from play­er to coach works out. I have nev­er coached at a high lev­el here in the Caribbean so I am look­ing for­ward to learn­ing a lot and con­tribut­ing a lot to the Del­hi set up.

Badree has played 197 T20 match­es and has tak­en 187 wick­ets at an av­er­age of 22.16 and an econ­o­my rate of 6.02.

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19 Mar 2019 11:15 - 04 Apr 2019 11:57 #370353 by ketchim
Jai Hind !

another Trini actually surrender his citizenship :

Robin Singh Born in Trinidad to Indo-Trinidadian parents,
Moved to India in 1984 to study at Madras University
during which he played club and college-level cricket.
He helped Tamil Nadu win the Ranji Trophy in 1988
He gave up his Trinidad and Tobago passport so he could become an Indian citizen
and play for India's national cricket team.
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19 Mar 2019 13:22 - 19 Mar 2019 13:26 #370365 by ketchim

chairman wrote: Windies leg-spin­ner Samuel Badree is set to be­come the first
West In­di­an to coach in the IPL

SO I guess we DISOWN Robin Singh as the 1st ??
punishment for giving up yuh birthplace and becoming a citizen of India ????

Rabindra "Robin" Ramnarine Singh has coached the IPL Mumbai Indians since 2010

AND the Caribbean PL Barbados Tridents since 2013
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04 Apr 2019 11:53 - 04 Apr 2019 11:53 #370658 by ketchim

The Bar­rack­pore man : "I am very proud of be­ing the first West In­di­an to coach at the IPL

You are NOT, Badree....talk to Robin Singh about that :evil:
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04 Apr 2019 11:53 - 04 Apr 2019 11:54 #370659 by ketchim
IPL still going on ?
when this Circus done ??
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