Indian Premier League authorization Kolkata Knight Riders, on Thursday, named former New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum as a conduct coach.
In a past, McCullum played for a authorization from 2008 to 2010, and re-joined in a 2012-13 season. He was partial of a KKR side, that won a initial IPL pretension in 2012. He was also partial of a Caribbean Premier League side Trinbago Knight Riders from 2016-18.
In a initial book of a contest in 2008, McCullum gave IPL a ideal start as he scored an dominant 158 for KKR in a initial compare of a contest opposite Royal Challengers Bangalore.
“It’s a good honour to take adult this responsibility. The Knight Rider franchises in IPL and CPL have turn iconic and have set a customary in authorization cricket. We have illusory squads in both KKR and TKR and we along with a support staff will be looking to build on a success both franchises have enjoyed,” McCullum said.
KKR’s CEO, Venky Mysore said: “Brendon has been an constituent partial of a Knight Riders family for a prolonged time. His care qualities, honesty, certain and assertive style, total with his healthy ability to move a best out of a teams he has been partial of, creates him ideally matched to lead KKR and TKR as conduct coach.”
Former South Africa star Jacques Kallis was KKR’s conduct manager compartment final season, though he split ways a few weeks ago.