India experience will help in reviving Delhi Daredevils' fortunes: Gary Kirsten

The Delhi Daredevils finished at the bottom of the table in the lucrative Indian Premier League last year and former India coach Gary Kirsten has been signed as head coach for a period of three years starting from 2014.

updated: January 28, 2014 16:47 IST
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Hyderabad: The Delhi Daredevils might have ended last in IPL VI but former India coach Gary Kirsten feels it is an opportunity for the beleaguered side to do well this season and said his experience with Team India will help him in his new role as head coach of the Delhi Franchise.

"You have got to come out and do work hard, give it your best shot. Sometimes, when the team has not done well, that is not a bad thing. Because, you have an opportunity to really improve. I am looking forward to the Delhi Daredevils having a successful future," said Kirsten, who had coached the Indian side to win the 2011 Cricket World Cup.

"There is lot of work we have to do, we have to put a squad together. We have to get lot of the pieces of the puzzle in place. I got a bit of experience in India. I am sure it is going to help me. But then, there is no guarantee out there, in terms of performance," he told reporters here.

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