Brendon McCullum is willing to start a coaching career as he has announced his retirement from the Big Bash League.
Brendon McCullum who ended his T20 international carrier in 2016 is now ready to work as catalyst to pass all his experience to other player and guide them.Brendon McCullum is eyeing a career in coaching and has announced his retirement from the Big Bash League. His statement came after his side’s six-wicket win against Adelaide Strikers on Sunday.
He added- “I will continue to play T20 cricket in 2019 in various competitions around the world and will then look to transition into a coaching career. The prospect of being able to transfer the skills, experience and leadership I have been lucky enough to bank over my long T20 and also international career into coaching is very exciting,” ICC quoted McCullum, as saying in a statement.
New Zealand great @Bazmccullum calls time on BBL career, but says he’ll look to transition to coaching.
— ICC (@ICC) February 4, 2019
“I have absolutely loved playing for the Heat. The fans have been amazing with their support and I have enjoyed seeing the pleasure they get from coming to our matches and having fun. I have had a great time playing with my teammates, and it was a privilege to captain them. Coming into Brisbane each year before the start of the competition was always a highlight,” he said.
Brisbane Heat’s clash against Melbourne Stars on February 8 is likely to be Kiwi keeper-batsman’s last match in the tournament if his side, placed at fifth position on the BBL ladder, do not make it to the semi-final.