The England Cricket Board have confirmed that Ottis Gibson will be the new head coach of the Proteas.
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If Ottis Gibson is to be announced as the Proteas head coach, why haven’t we been told yet?
Faf du Plessis concedes that Dale Steyn might not have the pace he used to, but he still hopes he makes a comeback.
Faf du Plessis has revealed why he’s staying at No 5, and why Temba Bavuma is set to continue his role at No 4.
Faf du Plessis has admitted that the first Test against England was JP Duminy’s last chance to impress in a Proteas Test shirt.
AB de Villiers informed Proteas Test skipper Faf du Plessis that he’s not keen to play Test matches again.
Faf du Plessis has confirmed that Ottis Gibson was recommended by the panel, and now it’s up to the board to decide whether to choose him as Proteas head coach.
SACricketmag.com rates the Proteas players’ performances after their 3-1 Test series defeat to England.
Moeen Ali took 5-69, as England thrashed the Proteas by 177 runs to win the fourth Test at Old Trafford and win the series 3-1.
Three Moeen Ali wickets on the stroke of tea have left England on the brink of victory as the Proteas go into tea on day four on 182-6.
Temba Bavuma fell on the stroke of lunch in the morning session on day four, after England set the Proteas 380 for victory at Old Trafford.
Morne Morkel took the last two wickets to finish with figures of 4-41, as England were bowled out for 243.