New Zealand bowling coach Schoen Jürgensen will remain on the team until the test series vs India.© Twitter
New Zealand bowling coach Schoen Jürgensen will be joining the team on a full tour of India later this year, rather than returning to Japan following the T20I series as originally planned. New Zealand Cricket (NZC) said in a statement Monday that it promised a winter tour of Jürgensen after a delayed departure scheduled for Friday as a result of visa complications caused by the recent national blockade. A reorganization has taken place. ” NZC said Jurgensen will work with Pakistan’s current team to take over the command of the five-game T20I series starting in Lahore next weekend.
Bowling coach @shanejurgo Instead of returning to New Zealand following the T20I series as originally planned, we will continue BLACKCAPS for a full tour of India later this year. https://t.co/a6gLPFqlut
— BLACKCAPS (@BLACKCAPS) September 13, 2021
Instead, Jürgensen will depart directly for the ICCT20 World Cup in the United Arab Emirates in early October, along with regular New Zealand coaches Gary Stead and Luke Ronchi.
“The silver lining is that Jürgensen will stay on two test tours in India from late November to early December, rather than returning home as previously planned according to the NZC player and staff welfare protocol. It means that you can do it, “said the statement further.
Current New Zealand coaches Glenn Pocknar (head), Graeme Aldridge (bowling) and Tiran Samaraweera (batting) will continue to lead Pakistan’s tour team, but previously vacant bowling coaches in the Indian test series. There is no need to fill in the role of. Jurgensen on board.
New Zealand will tour India later this November after the end of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup.
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