6:23 AM ISTESPNcricinfo staffFacebookTwitterFacebook MessengerPinterestEmailprintGary Stead has been reappointed as the New Zealand men’s head coach for another three years in a deal that takes him to the end of the 2023 World Cup in India.Stead took the job as Mike Hesson’s successor in 2018 and the team reached the final of the 2019 World Cup where they lost on boundary countback against England having tied the match and the Super Over.There have been suggestions of a strain in the relationship between Stead and captain Kane Williamson but that has been downplayed by both parties.New Zealand are currently ranked No. 2 in Test cricket, No. 3 in ODIs, 6th in T20Is and sit fourth in the ICC Test Championship with the final for that event still scheduled for June next year.Following the postponement of this year’s T20 World Cup there will now be major limited-overs events in three consecutive years from 2021 to 2023 with two T20 World Cups then the 50-over tournament in India.”It’s an honour and a privilege to be re-appointed”, Stead said. “I think this group of players is growing as a team; there’s an exciting schedule ahead of us and I know everyone is feeling very… Read full this story
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