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South African Players Felt Secure In IPL 2021's Bio-bubble, Says Graeme Smith

May 07, 2021 PTI

11 South Africans were participating in the IPL which was postponed on May 4 after multiple COVID-19 cases emerged inside the bio-bubble

South Africa's Graeme Smith Optimistic About Crowds Return During Australia's Test Tour

Nov 23, 2020 PTI

Smith allayed doubts about Australia's slated tour next year despite political turmoil in Cricket South Africa


Cancer From Within CSA: Angry Graeme Smith Lashes Out At Cricket South Africa

Graeme Smith hinted that actions of a few people at senior positions have brought disrepute to Cricket South Africa and said media "leaks" have contributed to the current internal problems

Cricket South Africa Downplays Graeme Smith's Backing Of Sourav Ganguly For ICC Chairman's Post

May 22, 2020 PTI

With current ICC's chairperson, Shashank Manohar expected to step down in June, Graeme Smith has backed Sourav Ganguly for the top job


Coronavirus: Graeme Smith Expects World T20 To Take Place Early 2021

Cricket South Africa's (CSA) director of cricket Graeme Smith believes there is a "very good chance" the T20 World Cup will take place early in 2021

21 May, 2020

Sourav Ganguly Best Positioned To Lead ICC, Says Graeme Smith

Outlook Web Bureau

ICC's current chairperson, Shashank Manohar, is expected to step down in June and since the post of president will be vacant, Graeme Smith has backed Sourav Ganguly for the top job


06 May, 2020

Graeme Smith Just The Man To Help Proteas Bloom Again, Says South Africa Assistant Enoch Nkwe

Stats Perform

Cricket South Africa can build long-term foundations with Graeme Smith staying at the helm, Enoch Nkwe told Stats Perform


21 April, 2020

South Africa Will Welcome Back Kolpak Players: Graeme Smith

PTI

Dozens of South African cricketers have signed lucrative Kolpak contracts with English county cricket sides over the years but this automatically disqualifies them from playing for the national team


17 April, 2020

Quinton De Kock Will Not Lead South Africa In Test Cricket: Graeme Smith

ANI

Steve Smith said burdening Quinton de Kock by giving him the captaincy in all three formats will not be beneficial for the South Africa national cricket team


21 January, 2020

SA Vs ENG: Quinton De Kock Named South Africa ODI Captain, Faf Du Plessis Not In Squad

Stats Perform

South Africa have named Quinton de Kock as their new captain in ODIs, with his first series leading the team to come against England


14 December, 2019

Graeme Smith Appoints Mark Boucher As South Africa Coach, But His Own Future Is Unclear

Stats Perform

Interim South Africa team director Graeme Smith has refused to be drawn on whether he may stay in the role on a long-term basis


08 December, 2019

Graeme Smith Set To Become South Africa's Director Of Cricket As Jacques Faul Takes Over As Acting CEO

Stats Perform

Having initially appeared to be out of the running, Graeme Smith is set to be named South Africa's new director of cricket next week


09 November, 2019

Graeme Smith Likely To Be South Africa's First Director Of Cricket

PTI

One of South Africa's finest captains, the 38-year-old Graeme Smith could emerge as the figure the embattled team looks up to for a revival in their fortunes


25 November, 2004

I'm Not One For Psychological Edge

The South African skipper dismisses the theory that his side goes into the Eden Test with an edge after gaining a first innings lead in Kanpur, saying ' Matters like this take a lot of your time. You can't concentrate. What is more important is the q


11 April, 2003

'We Can Get Back To Winning Ways'

M.R. Mishra

In his first assignment after being appointed skipper, the 22-year-old says he is keen to bring back the 'hunger' to win among his teammates after the World Cup debacle.


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