Shane Bond has stepped down as the bowling coach of the Mumbai Indians cricket team that has led them to four IPL title triumphs and is now grateful for the great memories he made during his time there.
It’s surprising news that New Zealand’s famous former fast bowler Shane Board has resigned from the post of bowling coach of the Mumbai Indians.
Regarding him, MI issued a statement saying that fast bowler Bond was the head coach of the MI Emirates team in the inaugural season of the ILTwenty20, and Kiwi has also moved forward from the same role.
Further The Mumbai Indies announced that Shane Bond’s successful two-team spell that started in 2015 has come to an end after a nine-year spell with the team.
MI reflected on his illustrious career, saying that the fast bowler has earned a lot of fame in his illustrious career, which included four IPL trophies as the bowling coach of Mumbai Indians and head coach of MI Emirates in the inaugural season of the ILT20.
Speaking of Bond in a relief, he said, “I am extremely grateful to the Ambani family for allowing him to be part of the MI One family for the past nine series and to work with him in the field.
Further, his words were that I have been very fortunate on the field, with so many great memories and experiences to work with and have such great relationships with.
I will miss them all and wish them all the best in the future. Finally, thanks to the MI Paltan for their support.
MI spoke very positively about Shane Bond, saying that the team management, staff, and all the players would like to thank Shane Bond from the bottom of their hearts for his dedication to work, strong work ethic, and friendship with everyone who has been a part of the family.
It is worth noting that Bond has made quite a name for himself in his previous experience, taking over as the team’s bowling coach in 2015 and becoming one of the most popular coaches in the franchise’s history.
He has been involved in winning MI titles in 2015, 2017, 2019, and 2020.
The fast bowler’s role combines the experience of international players with that of local domestic players to a great extent. His work as the Head Coach of MI Emirates in the annual edition of the ILT20 is unparalleled.