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Mumbai Indians elevate Zaheer and Jayawardene

Updated on: 15 September,2022 08:08 AM IST  |  Mumbai
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According to a MI statement, Jayawardene will be providing senior leadership to the group's cricket operations worldwide, including overall strategic planning, the creation of an integrated global high-performance eco-system, as well as responsibility for each team's coaching and support structures

Mumbai Indians elevate Zaheer and Jayawardene

Mahela Jayawardene. Pic/Mumbai Indians; (right) Zaheer Khan. File pic


IPL franchise Mumbai Indians on Wednesday elevated former players Mahela Jayawardene and Zaheer Khan to new roles of global head of performance and global head of cricket development respectively. 


According to a MI statement, Jayawardene will be providing senior leadership to the group's cricket operations worldwide, including overall strategic planning, the creation of an integrated global high-performance eco-system, as well as responsibility for each team's coaching and support structures.



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Zaheer, on the other hand, will be responsible for player development, building MI's robust program around talent identification and grooming and adopting the same across geographies.

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