Bruce French retires as England’s national lead wicketkeeping coach | Cricket News

first_imgFormer England glovesman Bruce French steps down as the country’s national lead wicketkeeping coach after 11 years in the job, during which time he has worked with Matt Prior, Jonny Bairstow, Ben Foakes, Sarah Taylor and Jos Buttler Last Updated: 11/11/20 11:09am England's Jos Buttler shares a joke with wicketkeeping coach Bruce French during the second #RaiseTheBat Test between England and Pakistan this summer
England's Jos Buttler shares a joke with wicketkeeping coach Bruce French during the second #RaiseTheBat Test between England and Pakistan this summer

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NASA Test Abort System Launch Successful

first_imgNASA made a move toward putting astronauts back on the moon.The space agency successfully tested the launch abort system from the Orion spacecraft this morning at Cape Canaveral.That’s the capsule designed to carry astronauts to orbit around the moon.The unmanned, three-minute test flight did not leave the Earth’s atmosphere. The window for the launch began at 7-11 a.m. Eastern Time.last_img

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Ghana FA president Kwesi Nyantakyi delighted with positive Avram Grant talks

first_imgGhana Football Association president Kwesi Nyantakyi says it held positive talks with would-be national team coach Avram Grant on Thursday in Accra over his remuneration.The Israeli trainer topped the GFA’s list after a panel interviewed three shortlisted coaches including Juan Ignacio Martínez Jimenez and former Switzerland assistant coach Michel Pont.Grant must agreed financial terms with his new employers before his appointment will be confirmed.But after the first day of meeting, the Ghana FA looks satisfied and ready to hand him a two-year contract as Kwesi Appiah’s successor.“The meeting was very successful and positive and we are very close to appointing him as the next Black Stars coach,” Nyantakyi told Africanfootball.com“There were few things we needed to confirm with him and that have been dealt with so we are now satisfied and ready to appoint him.” Grant, 59, became prominent in world football after replacing Jose Mourinho as Chelsea manager in 2007.That season, he led the club to reach the final of the UEFA Champions League-losing out to rivals Manchester United in Moscow.Grant then had unsuccessful spells at Portsmouth and West Ham before landing a job at Serbian giants Partizan Belgrade where he won the league in 2002 but immediately resigned.He is currently the technical director for Thai Premier League side BEC Tero Sasana.– See more at: http://www.ghanasoccernet.com/ghana-fa-president-kwesi-nyantakyi-delighted-positive-avram-grant-talks#sthash.zvQrI3TU.dpuflast_img read more

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