South Africa’s head coach Mark Boucher has announced his resignation as coach. However, he will leave this post after the T20 World Cup. On behalf of the South Africa Cricket Board, best wishes have been given to him for the future.
A big news is coming out for South Cricket before the T20 World Cup, In fact, the head coach of the team, Mark Boucher, has decided to leave coaching after the T20 World Cup. It has been announced by Cricket South Africa, which states that the head coach of the South Africa men’s team will step down from the coaching post after the ICC T20 World Cup.
Boucher has decided to resign for his own future planning and personal purposes. Cricket South Africa deeply regrets that Boucher is unable to finish the term of his contract. The Board respects his decision and wishes him all the best for his future. Not only this, it will be Boucher’s last tour of India as a coach in which South Africa’s team will play 3 T20 and 3 ODI matches.
South Africa under Boucher
Mark Boucher joined the team as a coach in December 2019. Under his leadership, the team was victorious in 11 Test matches, including a 2–1 win against India which was played in January. Talking about ODI cricket, the team has won 23 matches in 11 while T20 matches. Under his coaching, the team has just won the historic series 2-1 against England.
Boucher’s last assignment
Boucher’s last assignment as a coach is the T20 World Cup, but before that the team has to tour India. The tour will take place from 28 September to 11 October in which 3 T20 matches will be played in addition to 3 ODIs.
Speaking on the occasion, the Chief Executive Officer of South Africa Cricket said, “We are very grateful to him for the work he has done and we would like to wish him the best of luck with the next chapter of his career.