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Dwayne Bravo names ‘best coach’ in the world

By BetBarter Staff

August 14, 2021

Dwayne Bravo has a truckload of experience, especially in the T20 format of the game. Apart from representing the West Indies side in 86 T20Is, Bravo has also featured in several prominent T20 leagues in the world.

Bravo will be a part of St Kitts and Nevis Patriots side in the upcoming season of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL). The all-rounder said his biggest motivation is to help his side win the all-important CPL trophy. Bravo is confident of helping his team win the title in one of the next two seasons.

“It’s going to be exciting as always. I give myself two years to win one title, so I don’t know if it’s going to be this year or next year, but I can guarantee it’ll be one out of those two years. That’s my aim, that’s my drive and my motivation to try and lead a team that has never won it before. That in itself is my biggest motivating factor,” said Dwayne Bravo in a chat on SENZ Breakfast.

Dwayne Bravo further threw light on the best coach that he has played with and named former Kiwi player Stephen Fleming. While Bravo is a vital cog of the Chennai Super Kings outfit, Fleming is the Head Coach of the franchise in the Indian Premier League (IPL). Bravo concluded by stating that Brendon McCullum is the second-best coach in the world.

“I just want to shout out (McCullum). Baz, you are the second-best coach in the world, but the first best coach is Stephen Fleming,” concluded Dwayne Bravo. The CPL will begin on 26th August 2021, and will conclude on 15th September 2021.