Stephen Fleming
Cricket  /  Published 10.04.22

Faith rules over self-doubt

Sunrisers Hyderabad have always had faith in Abhishek Sharma’s abilities and weren’t too worried even after his disappointing showing in the first two matches of this IPL, head coach Tom M...
By A Staff Reporter

Cricket  /  Published 03.04.22

CSK desperate to turn it around

Chennai Super Kings rarely have had such a poor start to their IPL campaign. Two losses in two matches have put them under pressure and they will be desperate to record full points when they meet Punj...
By Our Bureau

Cricket  /  Published 02.04.22

Dew behind Dube choice, says coach

Chennai Super Kings head coach Stephen Fleming compared the dew during their match against Lucknow Super Giants in Mumbai on Thursday to the “Niagara Falls” and cited that as the factor wh...
By The Telegraph

Sports  /  Published 18.10.21

Fleming sees promise in current NZ squad

Former New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming, who will be assisting head coach Gary Stead during the Black Caps’ T20 World Cup campaign, feels their players’ skill levels are very high and t...
By PTI in Dubai

Sports  /  Published 09.10.21

CSK keep faith in method

Commenting on Chennai’s batting problems, Fleming said: “We could not find a method to get any fluency into our batting, trying to find the best way to take the bowling on... It was probab...
By Our Bureau, PTI in Calcutta, Dubai

Sports  /  Published 27.09.20

‘Muddled’ CSK in dilemma

Chennai Super Kings head coach Stephen Fleming has admitted that his side were “a little bit muddled” at the moment and they need a clearer strategy going ahead after suffering two losses ...
By Our Bureau in Calcutta

Sports  /  Published 02.04.19

Super Kings a little bit wiser, says Fleming

Chennai Super Kings coach Stephen Fleming is happy that the adage ‘Old is Gold’ fits his team aptly. The defending champions have started with a bang winning all their matches so far and start fav...
By PTI in Mumbai


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