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JULY 08, 2014

'Our goal is for West Indies to be in the top three'

Curtly Ambrose talks about the interest generated by the Caribbean Premier League, his love for basketball, and bowling with Walsh
APRIL 01, 2014

'The mental aspect and the way you train are critical to coaching'

Former India coach Greg Chappell talks about the challenges he faced with the side, his relationship with Rahul Dravid, the role of specialist coaches, and developing youngsters
MARCH 25, 2014

'If Misbah believed in a player, he'd absolutely bat for him'

Dav Whatmore talks about the challenges of coaching in the subcontinent, the 1996 World Cup, dealing with the PCB and the media, and his relationship with his captains
FEBRUARY 25, 2014

'West Indies have an incredible desire to move forward'

Richard Pybus on his new role as director of cricket with the West Indies board, and his memories of coaching Pakistan during a heady phase
OCTOBER 14, 2013

'I tried to model my one-day game on Michael Bevan'

Mike Hussey talks about developing his limited-overs skills, his relationship with Cricket Australia, the need for better pitches in domestic cricket, and the Gurunath Meiyappan controversy
SEPTEMBER 30, 2013

'My biggest mistake was refusing the Pakistan captaincy'

Former Pakistan allrounder Azhar Mahmood talks about his brief Test career, touring the world as a T20 franchise cricketer, and passing on bowling tips to younger players
AUGUST 12, 2013

'My biggest challenge was proving a foreigner could coach India'

John Wright talks about his stints coaching India, New Zealand, and Mumbai Indians, his bond with India, his relationships with Sourav Ganguly and Ross Taylor, and the unique challenges of the jobs
JULY 08, 2013

'This Bangladesh team could be mid-table in ODIs'

Bangladesh coach Shane Jurgensen talks about how he came to take on the role, the importance of discipline for a young side, the spot-fixing issue, and Test draws
MAY 20, 2013

'A spinner must have the ability to take punishment'

R Ashwin's coach, former Tamil Nadu left-arm spinner Sunil Subramaniam, talks about the qualities he looks for in young spinners, the tweaks to Ashwin's action before the home series against Australia, and the future of Indian spin bowling
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