NEW DELHI: Former New Zealand cricket coach and Indian team coach Mike Hesson has joined Indian Premier League franchise team Royal Challengers Bangalore. Royal Challengers Bangalore has not been able to do much in the tournament so far. Virat Kohli has not won a single title so far. There has been a major change in the team management of the RCB. Bowling coach Ashish Nehra and head coach Gary Kirsten have decided not to extend their tenure as a way out.
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Bengaluru has appointed former New Zealand coach Mike Hesson as the director of cricket operations and former Australian batsman Simon Katich as the head coach. In IPL 2019, the RCB team, which was captained by Kohli, had suffered a defeat in six consecutive matches. This season, the team was last on the points table. Out of 14 played in the tournament, the team lost in 8 while winning in 5. One match was inconclusive due to rain.
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Sanjeev Churiwala, chairman, Royal Challengers Bangalore, said, "RCB has been one of the most trusted teams in the tournament and has been a franchise team that has shown better play in the tournament. So, it is our endeavor to create a good atmosphere of the game and give every player his best. We are very happy to announce Mike Hesson and Simon Katich to join the team to achieve this goal in a better way. "
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