Former Pakistan batsman Salman Butt believes World Cup-winning coach John Buchanan should not be glorified. Butt, who played under the former Australia head coach at Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in the Indian Premier League (IPL), said he was a 'high-tech' man who used to conduct long meetings, often making players fall asleep. Butt played under Buchanan for one season with KKR in the IPL in 2008.,football lokam
Buchanan is a three-time World Cup-winning head coach having guided the Australian team to successive triumphs from 1999 to 2007. Under Ricky Ponting, Australia were a force to reckon with in world cricket and were the best team in the world for over a decade. While many credit Buchanan for his role as the head coach of the side, some believe he inherited a great team that would have won even without him at the helm.,sox score
casino royale torrent,While former Australia skipper Ponting has praised Buchanan in the past, legendary spinner Shane Warne was not one of those who favoured the former Aussie coach's techniques and style. Referring to his three World Cup wins with Australia, Butt said the Aussies were a massive side and didn't need a coach to win what they did during the era of their domination.
free slots no down,"John Buchanan was a very high-tech coach. He used to have long meetings. I have also run teams and I am not a fan of such long meetings where players fall asleep. Players used to fall asleep in his meetings and he's been part of a lot of coaching projects around the world but none were successful," said Butt on his YouTube channel.
khelchamps app,"The Australian team was a massive side, it wouldn't have mattered if they didn't have a coach at all. Australian players have written the same in their books as well. He was a decent man but the glorifying of his coaching [is wrong]. Give any coach such players and the results will be similar," the former Pakistan batsman added.
soccer us tour,Buchanan spent two years with KKR before being ousted after the team's below-par performances in both seasons. There were also rumours of a rift between him and then KKR captain Sourav Ganguly during the inaugural IPL season in 2008. Apart from Australia and KKR, Buchanan has also worked with New Zealand and England.