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Delhi Daredevils appoints Alfonso Thomas as bowling coach

Delhi Daredevils appoints Alfonso Thomas as bowling coach
IPL 2015, South Africa’s AlfonsoThomas is appointed as bowling coach of Delhi Daredevils. He played in Indian Premier League in 2011 and 2012 for Pune Warriors and ended as successful bowler for them. Thomas played only one T20I for South Africa but he has immense experience as bowler in T20’s and played 22 T20’s. Playing in this mega tournament before will help him. Delhi Daredevils have bunch of good bowlers like Mohammad Shami, Zaheer Khan, Gurinder Sandhu and Unadkat. Delhi will play first match against Chennai Super Kings in IPL 8.

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