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Mark Boucher

AB de Villiers Not To Come Out Of Retirement, Cricket South Africa Confirms

Former South Africa captain AB de Villiers has decided not to come out of retirement ahead of the T20 World Cup scheduled to be played in India in the month of October.

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South Africa Coach Mark Boucher Wants Jacques Kallis Back in Consulting Team Before Australia Series

Kallis was not re-appointed to the Proteas support staff in the current season because the transformation policy of Cricket South Africa.

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Lot of Things Will Change if T20 World Cup is Postponed: AB de Villiers Uncertain About His International Comeback

With no competitive cricket for the foreseeable future and a faint possibility of T20 world cup to be postponed, De Villiers is unsure whether he'll don the South Africa jersey again.

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Performance Against Australia Light At the End of The Tunnel: Mark Boucher

Quinton de Kock-led side blanked Australia 3-0 in an ODI series at home, a display Boucher terms as "light at the end of the tunnel."

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South Africa to put fitness clauses into player contracts, confirms Mark Boucher

South Africa head coach Mark Boucher on Wednesday confirmed that the Cricket South Africa (CSA) will be introducing fitness clauses into player contracts in the future.

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Head Coach Mark Boucher Underlines Du Plessis’ Importance in ‘Tough’ India Challenge

Du Plessis, no longer the captain has played six ODIs in India in which he's scored 348 runs at a healthy average of 87.

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‘Be Available After IPL’ – Mark Boucher Sets Condition For AB de Villiers International Return

De Villiers had announced retirement in 2018 but continues to play franchise cricket across the globe including the IPL.

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If AB de Villiers is The Best Man For The Job, Then he Must go T20 World Cup: Mark Boucher

AB de Villiers announced his retirement in 2018 saying he has 'run out of gas'.

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Head Coach Boucher Takes the Blame for South Africa’s Innings Defeat to England

South Africa coach Mark Boucher said he needed to take responsibility for what is heading to be a humiliating defeat in the third Test against England at St George's Park.

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It’s Going to be Tough But It’s Something We’ll Have to Address: Mark Boucher on Kagiso Rabada’s Ban

Boucher said losing Rabada was a "massive blow" for a South Africa side in danger of falling 2-1 behind in the series.

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