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Zaheer likely to act as bowling coach, mentor for DD

Zaheer will act as mentor for Delhi Daredevils in IPL 2015
IPL 2015, Zaheer Khan will look into team bowling and will act as bowling coach of Delhi Daredevils in addition to playing as player. Zaheer Khan was out of team India due to injuries and bought by Delhi Daredevils for 4 crore which is 4th highest purchase in auction after Yuvraj Singh(16cr), Dinesh Karthik(10.5cr) and Angelo Mathews(7.5cr). He experience will help players like Mohammad Shami, Gurinder Sandhu and Jayadev Unadkat. Zaheer Khan and coach Gary Kirsten knows each other very well and he was regular member of Indian under Gary Kirsten. Zaheer Khan played for Mumbai Indians in last season but left in middle due to injury and Mumbai Indians released Zaheer into auction. DD will play their first match against Rajasthan Royals on April 12th in IPL 8.


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