New boss Kim Barnett is sure Derbyshire can succeed after coaching changes
0 Have your say Newly appointed director of cricket, Kim Barnett, believes Derbyshire’s revamped coaching structure can bring long-awaited on-field success for the club.
Former England batsman Barnett, one of the most inspirational captains in Derbyshire’s history, has been charged with implementing the new model. And the 56-year-old is confident the club will be able to put behind them a poor 2016 campaign in which they finished bottom of the Second Division in the Specsavers County Championship without winning a match and failed to progress from the qualifying groups in either of the two... read more
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