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Mike Hesson, New Zealand's new coach, is traditional and organised, better suited to the post of a manager, writes Jonathan Millmow in Fairfaz News NZ. He also says "miracles" are not likely to happen under him.
Listening to people who know Hesson and from my own experiences, strategy and tactics are not his strength. He presents well, knows his cricket, but does he know more than his senior players? Hesson will be thorough and hard-working and most importantly in NZ Cricket's book, organised. Some of these qualities seem more suited to the manager's position, a role he has been previously linked to.