Originally Posted by Dilscoop
is he a specialist batting coach? I mean is that his section? I thought he was more of a "builder," management type of guy. But I guess he is. Added.
Before he was going to just look and manage your players. Now he will also take care of the batting. You hit the jackpot with Rafique, I'll defo consider him with your team's spinners.
You're right, Richard is more of a builder and a manager, but he does know how to coach batting. You had asked everyone to pick a specialist coach for every department and that's why I picked one for each. But as you said, due to his superior management abilities, he becomes the assistant coach as well, while Rhodes and Cooley stick to fielding and bowling respectively.
Mohammad Rafique had mentioned shortly after his retirement that he wants to become a curator one day, so I figured there was no better place than the MLC for him to make his debut.