According to reports, Stephen Fleming would succeed Mahela Jayawardene as the men’s coach of the Southern Brave in The Hundred. In franchise cricket, Stephen Fleming has coached CSK to four IPL championships and two now-defunct CLT20 trophies.
Stephen Fleming, a former captain of New Zealand, is about to start a new coaching position with the men’s team of the Southern Brave in The Hundred. Mahela Jayawardene, his former Sri Lankan opponent, would be replaced by him in the part.
After being promote to head of global performance at the Mumbai Indians, Mahela Jayawardene was force to leave from his position as head coach of the Southern Braves, according to sources at ESPNcricinfo. The Braves determined Fleming would take over immediately as a consequence.
“Fleming has agreed a deal with Brave for the 2023 season, which is likely to be announced next week”.Report adds.
Stephen Fleming, a successful franchise cricket coach
The Chennai Super Kings have won two extinct CLT20 cups and four IPL championships under the direction of Stephen Fleming. The southpaw has a significant obligation in addition to coaching CSK in the IPL in 2023.
Additionally, Fleming has been select to lead the Johannesburg Super Kings in the first SA20, which begins in January 2023. He will be reunite with Faf du Plessis, the current captain of the RCB and a former player for CSK. The season Proteas player has been pick the franchise’s captain in Johannesburg.
Moeen Ali from England and Maheesh Theekshana from Sri Lanka, both of whom played for CSK in the IPL 2022, have been signed by the Johannesburg Super Kings. Mahela Jayawardene left large shoes for Stephen Fleming to fill after leading the Southern Brave to victory in the first 100-ball event last year.
After being given the add task of strategic planning when MI owner Reliance Industries bought two new foreign franchise teams—MI Cape Town (SA20) and MI Emirates in the ILT20. Jayawardene was force to break company with the Southern Brave.
After taking over for Australia’s two-time World Cup champion Ricky Ponting in the IPL in 2016, the legendary Sri Lankan batsman has since guided the Mumbai-based team to three IPL championships in the 2017–2019–2020 seasons.