Sibusiso Mjikeliso | Signs show Mark Boucher's rushed, lengthy appointment wasn't warranted

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Sibusiso Mjikeliso
Sibusiso Mjikeliso

Mark Boucher's hasty and lengthy four-year appointment two years ago robbed Cricket South Africa of a chance to review Proteas performances under his mentorship objectively. Unless the Proteas haul themselves out of the hot Indian series coals, signs are that the head coach's two years have underwhelmed, writes Sibusiso Mjikeliso.

It was certainly not merited, but, two years down the line, there is still little to show that Mark Boucher's rushed appointment and an unprecedented four-year term as Proteas head coach was warranted.

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