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February 14, 2013
Delhi Daredevils have appointed former England allrounder Jeremy Snape as performance coach for the upcoming IPL season. Snape was formerly South Africa's sports psychologist and performance coach, and was also Rajasthan Royals' performance director in 2010.
"We are happy to welcome Jeremy as Performance Coach," GMR Sports' Head (Cricket) TA Sekar said. "We believe he has the right credentials to help the Delhi Daredevils achieve its goals. We are sure he will bring in fresh ideas and help the coaching staff bring the best out of the players in a high performance environment.
"We are sure that Snape will enable the players be on the edge of their comfort zones as they deliver high performance through the coming season."
Snape, 39, said: "We are sure that Snape will enable the players be on the edge of their comfort zones as they deliver high performance through the coming season."
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