Brad Haddin
Brad Haddin

The previous Australian cricketer Brad Haddin has joined Punjab Kings as their new assistant coach for the subsequent Indian Premier League (IPL) version in 2023. Haddin’s becoming a member of was already on the playing cards after the franchise appointed Trevor Bayliss as their new head coach final month. The World Cup-winning Australian coach changed Indian legend Anil Kumble, who struggled for outcomes final season.

Punjab Kings, below the management of Kumble and captain Mayank Agarwal, completed the IPL 2022 season within the sixth place with simply seven wins from 14 video games. The franchise determined to not renew Kumble’s contract alongside assistant coach Jonty Rhodes and bowling coach Damien Wright. An IPL supply has confirmed Haddin’s appointment and in addition revealed that the remainder of the help employees will likely be introduced quickly.

“Haddin has been appointed as an assistant coach. The remainder of the help employees will likely be appointed quickly,” an IPL supply mentioned based on NDTV.

Bayliss and Haddin to guide teaching employees of Punjab Kings in 2023 version:

Haddin, 44, retired from worldwide cricket in 2015 after Australia’s triumph within the 2015 ODI World Cup. He was appointed as Australia’s fielding coach in 2018 and was additionally a part of Sunrisers Hyderbad’s teaching setup in 2019-20. 

Bayliss guided Kolkata Knight Riders to IPL victories in 2012 and 2014 and in addition coached Sunrisers Hyderabad within the 2020-21 season. He has a superb working relationship with Haddin which will certainly revenue Punjab Kings forward of the 2023 IPL. Bayliss, upon his appointment, additionally acknowledged that he’ll goal the silverware with Punjab Kings in the course of the IPL 2023 season.

“I’m honoured to be given the Head Coach’s function with the Punjab Kings. A basis franchise with an urge for food for achievement. I stay up for working with a proficient squad of gamers decided to compete for silverware,” Bayliss mentioned in an official assertion final month.

Punjab Kings retained solely Mayank Agarwal and Arshdeep Singh forward of the mega public sale for the IPL 2022. They struggled to win any back-to-back video games as they didn’t qualify for the playoffs on three consecutive seasons, which has led to the departure of the teaching employees.