Mark Boucher to step down as South Africa coach after T20 World Cup | Cricket News

LONDON (Reuters) – South Africa coach Mark Boucher will quit after the Twenty20 World Cup in Australia later this year to pursue “other opportunities depending on his future career and goals. personal,” officials said Monday.
The announcement came hours after South Africa lost their three-game Test series to England.
The former wicketkeeper Boucher, who played 147 Tests for South Africa, has held the position since December 2019 and had been under contract until the end of the 2023 World Cup aged 50 in October 2019. next year.

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