John Wright

What makes a good coach? “No one particularly cares in China”

What makes a good coach? “No one particularly cares in China”

Simmons, Kirsten, Ford, Buchanan on the demands of success and the challenges of adapting in a tough job read more

Kedar Jadhav's all-format goal

PRINT RUN: What's at stake in the Blind Cricket World Cup, Nevill returns after freak injury, read more

Sehwag the coach? Bring him on, soonest

Underneath the jovial older brother exterior lies an astute mind and a great instinct; Kings XI must read more

Tendulkar's two-pitch option sound in theory, but hard to implement

The aim of familiarising upcoming talents with overseas conditions, while retaining traditional strengths, is a laudable one. read more

Youngsters can thrive under Dhoni, Kohli: Kirsten

Former India coach throws his weight behind current coach Kumble, backs CSA’s transformation policy

The Ghost of Antigua – Kumble relives a painful, stirring memory

Maybe I scared Lara, jokes India coach of his 2002 apparition-like appearance that was necessitated by a broken jaw

Shastri-Kumble choice shows how far Indian cricket has come

Foreign coaches like John Wright and Gary Kirsten were necessary because of the dubious quality of homegrown choices

Zaheer and Dravid – a long way from that Delhi dressing down

Daredevils' captain this season has put in the hard yards and grown in maturity from the struggling, unfit player of 2005

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Print Run: The Ranji Trophy is back, how Wright spotted Bumrah, and Manohar's chance to restore dignity of ICC

As a coach, you didn’t want to come in Sehwag’s way: Wright

The man who helped India become a force to reckon with overseas opens up on coaching and beyond

Interview with John Wright

“The biggest thing about coaching Sehwag was not to come in his way”

Is it a discount sale?

Print Run: The IPL player draft, Shastri on the year that was, the future of West Indies, and more

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