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Can’t coach you the way you have played: Sanjay Bangar

Former batting coach of the Indian team Sanjay Bangar believes that it is important for players to leave their past behind while coaching. Bangar said on the Star Sports show that players who have played at a higher level may not understand what an average ability player goes through.

He said that what we were told while studying coaching was that you have to leave your past behind. You can’t do coaching the way you used to play. Former New Zealand coach Mike Hewson believes that to make a good player a coach has to win confidence.


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Hewson said that once a player considers you a coach who works for him, you get respect. Some trainers take time. He said that when you become useful to the players, then he thinks that this person is going to be very helpful for me who can get the best out of me as a player.


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