Robin Singh needs to build a new team and build trust with new players.
published – 12 February 2020 16:29 | Updated – 12 February 2020 16:29
Former Indian all-leader Robin Singh has been appointed the new leader of the UAE cricket. According to local media reports, the Emirates Cricket Board elected a Trinidad-born Indian player as its new leader when he was fired by Dougie Brown, who had held that position for 3 years.
Robin Singh had made his international debut in India in 1989. He played one test and 136 ODI nations before the end of his career in 2001. Robin had played cricket since his school days and even captained the Trinidad youth group. early in his career.
After retiring from cricket, Singh took up a coaching position and joined the back room staff of the most successful Indian Premier League franchise, the Mumbai Indians, in 2010. The Indian player had previously served as Deccan Chargers coach when he joined the Caribbean Premier League franchising service, Barbados, in 2013.
Robin Singh needs to build a new team
Singh is known to be a pioneer in raising field levels for the Indian cricket team. He even captained Tamil Nadu and the South Zone at the domestic level. This shows that he has a huge amount of experience and the 56-year-old has a vision to take the UAE cricket team to newer heights.
The Emirates cricket team had made it to the Cricket World Cup in 2015, but could not make it to the global event four years later. The nation continues to grow in the world of cricket because it is not yet set to respond to the successes achieved by several Asian teams. In the recently concluded U19 World Cup, the UAE could not make a big impact as they finished 14th just ahead of Japan and Nigeria.
UAE cricket witnessed the dip after their main players were caught in a repair scandal. Therefore, the government had disbanded the selection board. Team captain Mohammed Naveed also took part in the controversy.
Robin Singh needs to build a new team and build trust with new players. The Indian player will target the upcoming T20 World Cups as a good performance at global events could improve the future of cricket in a Middle Eastern country.
√ Emirates Cricket Board appointed Robin Singh as UAE Group Cricket Director