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Lehmann set for Heat coaching job: Report

Darren Lehmann has been appointed as the new coach of the Brisbane Heat

Lehmann set for Heat coaching job : Report
What will be his first coaching role since Australia's head coach resigns last year about the ball tampering issue, a news corporation report says that Lehmann is BBL|02. Before winning the title, he is ready to return to the franchise. National Jobs in 2013.
.Lehmann's name as the possible candidate to replace Daniel Vettori in the last week, at least three powerful rivals were present for the position of current coach Queensland's coach Wade Seccombe, Bulls assistant coach James Hopes and former wicket-keeper Brendon McCullum.
After England's Ashes in 2019, Lehmann had to resign as coach of Australia, but 12 months ago, Cape Town resigned from tears for the ball-snatching.
Former Test batsman Cape Town was excluded from any wrongdoing in the formal Cricket Australia (CA) investigation to investigate the incident, which led to the ban for Steve Smith and David Warner for years.
In an interview with AAP last October, he expressed his desire to return to Coaching.
He said, "I want to coach again, I think I am a good coach, my coaching record is pretty good."
"At some stage I'll get there.
"A small promise is probably the way to go ... that's probably I'm looking for.
"But I'm going to stay away from this summer, watch cricket and enjoy it. See what will happen next year."
Lehmann also won Australia's 2015 World Cup in Australia's, 2014 World Cup in Australia and in 2017-18, but his role in the aggressive mentality of the side - at least for CA, was a catalyst for cultural review.
Source - Cricket.com.au
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