Best Cricket Coaches in the World (Part 4)

Duncan Fletcher

Former Zimbabwean cricketer and professional cricket Coach Duncan Fletcher manage Zimbabwe to championship at the 1982 ICC. He began his international managing career with the England national cricket team in 1999 till 2007. He made radical changes which helped the team to win the 2005 Ashes series after 18 years and the 2007 Commonwealth Bank Series.

Fletcher received the Order of the British Empire in 2005 thanks to his contribution to winning the Ashes. He was hired as the coach of the India cricket team from 27 April 2011 till 2015. He coached the India national cricket team to win 8 international series victories which including the 2013 Championship Trophy.

Andy Flower

Former Zimbabwean professional cricketer and Coach Andy Flower is named as one of the Zimbabwean best batsmen in cricket history who hold the 31st position in the ICC’s All-time Test Batting rankings. Andy began his international managing career as an assistant coach of the England national cricket team in May 2007 then being promoted as the head coach in April 2009 where he and the team won the 2010 ICC World cup Twenty20, 3 times winning the Ashes series in 2009, 2011 and 2013. He was honored as the Officer of the Order of the British Empire in 2011 for his services towards the English cricket team.

Darren Lehmann

Retired Australian professional cricketer and cricket Coach Darren Lehmann made 27 tests and 117 ODI appearances for the Australian national team. He began his managing career as an assistant coach with the Australia Centre of Excellence in 2008 before serving as the head coach of Deccan Chargers in the Indian Premier League from 2009 to 2012. He was also hired as the coach of the Queensland cricket team during the 2010-11 then replaced Mickey Arthur in the Australian national cricket team from June 2013 and remained the manager of the team till 2014.