Create
Notifications
⚡️ Get the free App now
Favorites Edit
Advertisement

IPL 2019: Ranking the 8 head coaches by win percentage 

Deepak P
ANALYST
Top 5 / Top 10
Modified 20 Dec 2019, 21:48 IST

Gary Kirsten is surprisingly one coach who has not found much success in IPL
Gary Kirsten is surprisingly one coach who has not found much success in IPL

IPL 2019 has arrived and all the teams have started preparing for the upcoming edition. 7 out of the 8 IPL teams are being managed by experienced coaches in IPL, while Punjab has introduced Mike Hesson (former New Zeland Coach) to IPL.

Head coaches of any IPL team play a crucial role in managing the resources and making effective use of the available players. It is for this reason, we consider a few coaches as successful coaches in IPL. Here In this article, let us look at the 8 IPL 2019 coaches and how they have fared in previous editions of IPL based on their win-percentage.

Let us see who the most successful Coaches in IPL 2019 are:


# 8 Mike Hesson - Kings XI Punjab

Mike Hesson will bring in the much needed calm head to the Punjab franchise
Mike Hesson will bring in the much needed calm head to the Punjab franchise
Win Percentage in IPL - N.A

Mike Hesson is the only debutant coach among the coaches of all the 8 IPL teams. He previously served as the coach of the New Zealand cricket team until 2018. He is widely known for his effective man management skills and his calm outlook. 

Having played the last edition of IPL under Brad Hodge, Punjab had everything going well for them in the initial stages. The team faltered in the final laps and failed to qualify. Mike Hesson will be given the responsibility to bring the IPL 2019 trophy to the Punjab dugout for the first time since the inception of the league. 

Mike Hesson was a crucial part of the Punjab think-tank in the IPL 2019 auctions and literally handpicked most of the players including Sam Curran, Moises Henriques, Mohammed Shami, Nicholas Pooran, Varun Chakravarthy among the others. 

Since he has no previous experience in IPL, his win % has no relevance. But going by his experience as an international team coach, you surely can’t write him off in IPL 2019.

1 / 8 NEXT
Published 01 Mar 2019, 19:43 IST
Advertisement
Fetching more content...