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Mike Hesson quits as New Zealand cricket coach

Mike Hesson quits as New Zealand cricket coach

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Wellington, New Zealand (AP) - New Zealand cricket coach Mike Hesson has withdrawn from his contract for a year, citing family reasons.

Hesson, who has presided over one of New Zealand's most successful eras in this game, has announced a shock on

Thursday, which has credited the creation of the Fair Play culture, which has been praised around the world. His

resignation will become effective as of July 31 and the Cricket World Cup will be held within one year.

Hesson, 43, trained New Zealand for six years and had a particularly successful partnership with former captain

Brendon McCullum. He said that the demands of international cricket had influenced his decision and that he wanted to spend more time with his wife and two daughters.

next 12 months, but if I'm honest, I do not think I have the ability to do the job, which is worth it."

Hesson said that New Zealand Cricket and CEO David White had given them flexible support and options, but the

idea of losing a tour, a tour or a proposed format at different times has never been good to me. "

Along with that, he has taken the torch for coaches in every game, which shows through his success that high-level

coaching is not specifically or essentially the domain of former stellar players. "

Hesson is the national coach with the most years of experience in New Zealand, who previously played in August

2012 after training in Kenya. It was largely unknown in New Zealand at the time and some fans suspected its classification.

Many of them got angry with the fans when in his first steps as a coach, Hassan changed Ross Taylor to national captain and named McCullum in his place.

But the fans were immediately conquered when Hesson and McCullum developed the policy of attacking cricket in all three formats, while also improving the traditions of cricket traditions.

New Zealand reached the final of the 2015 World Cup and is currently fourth in the international format of three men. In the last summer,

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