Paul Farbrace joins Sussex as head coach

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English county club, Sussex has joined hands with former England assistant coach Paul Farbrace.

Farbrace will now be the head coach of the club and he has a lot of experience in international cricket.

Earlier, Farbrace has been the sporting director for Warwickshire for a span of three years during which he saw their success in the 2021 County Championship.

On an international level, he has been Trevor Bayliss’ assistant coach from a period of 2015-19 that culminated in England winning the 50-over World Cup.

Farbrace has also worked with Sri Lanka as their head coach and led them to the 2014 triumph in the ICC T20 World Cup.

Says Farbrace after his appointment,

I’m delighted to be joining Sussex and I’m really looking forward to helping everyone at the club to achieve their ambitions.

Adding further, he says,

It is a fantastic club that has produced many fantastic players for both Sussex and England.

Rob Andrew, CEO of Sussex has also welcomed Farbrace to their club and hopes that he can produce wonders for Sussex.

We are all delighted Paul has agreed to join the club.

Adding further, he says,

His all-round experience is exactly what we have been looking for when we made the decision to return to one head coach across all formats and I am confident he will enable our team to fulfil its full potential.

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