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Australia's bowling woes

Reid fears for lack of Aussie depth

Bruce Reid, the former Australian left-arm seamer, has sounded a warning about the dearth of quality fast bowlers in Australian cricket at present, and believes that the current international incumbents will have to hang in there for a little while yet be

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England's coaching quandry

England look to Lillee

Reeling from the loss of Troy Cooley, England are actively scouring the world for a replacement bowling coach, with their former tormenter Dennis Lillee high on the shopping list

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Chairman's XI v South Africans festival match

Reid and Zoehrer dust off for Lilac Hill

The former Test representatives Tim Zoehrer and Bruce Reid will be the guest players for the Chairman's XI to play South Africa

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West Indies in Australia 2005-06

Reid gets Bracken back in the swing

Nathan Bracken has "chased" the bowling coach Bruce Reid around the world in the past couple of years

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India's bowling coach speaks

'Zaheer is mentally lazy' - Bruce Reid

Bruce Reid, who advised India's fast bowlers during their tour of Australia last year, has come down heavily on Zaheer Khan, blaming his frequent injuries on laziness

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ICC Champions Trophy 2004

Ganguly pins hopes on Reid

Bruce Reid, the former former Australian fast bowler who had assisted the Indian team during its last tour to Australia, has rejoined them for another stint to help India's fledgling pace bowlers during the NatWest challenge against England and the

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India in Australia 2003-04

'Other teams should learn from India'

The Indian squad currently touring Australia has impressed many critics with their work ethic and team spirit, and the latest to join their fan club was Bruce Reid, bowling coach of the Indian team on the tour

Australia v India, 3rd Test, Melbourne

The faster, the better

The pace and bounce at Melbourne is expected to be to the Australians' liking, but India can take encouragement from the fact that this is the only venue in Australia where they have won two Tests