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Andy Flower is the head coach of Lucknow in the IPL 2022!

Andy Flower

Andrew Flower was born on April 28, 1968, and is a Zimbabwean cricket mentor and a veteran player. He captained Zimbabwe’s international cricket squad. He was also Zimbabwe’s wicket-keeper for above a decade and is statistically the nation’s best cricketer. Flower was regarded as the greatest Test batter in the globe from October to December 2001. He was largely regarded as Zimbabwe’s sole test-quality batsman under any circumstances. Upon retiring, he was the English cricket team’s coach from 2009 until 2014.

Furthermore, he was named head coach of Multan Sultans, St Lucia Zouks, as well as assistant instructor of Kings XI Punjab in 2020. Later  In 2021, he got selected instructor of a new IPL club, yet to be called after Lucknow City, that will make its premiere in the IPL in 2022. Despite the fact that he hasn’t been successful in the IPL many have high hopes for him; moreover many expect him to play a keep role before the start of the upcoming season; as they enter the player auctions!

Andy Flower should make a move to retain many players such as?

Before the start of the upcoming mega player auctions; Lucknow and Ahmedabad will get an opportunity to retain some players. Rumours have suggested that Lucknow has decided which players they would like to retain before the start of the next season; firstly the club has decided to retain KL Rahul and has decided to make him a captain. Additionally, alongside the Indian superstar, the club has decided to retain Rashid Khan and Ishan Kishan. Even though these are just rumours and the side might move in and sign players such as Shreyas Iyer and the Pandya’s.

Do you think KL Rahul will be a good pick as a captain for Lucknow; before the start of the 2022 IPL season?

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