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Sacked coach Marsh thanks Lankan fans for support
Former Sri Lankan cricket team coach Geoff Marsh, who has initiated legal proceedings against Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) over his sacking, has praised the fans for giving him overwhelming support.

Geoff Marsh to sue Sri Lanka Cricket over dismissal as coach
Former national team coach Geoff Marsh is suing Sri Lanka Cricket over his dismissal five months ago.

Dropped catches will torment England: Ford
Sri Lankan coach Graham Ford has said that dropped catches by England in the first Test in Galle allowed batsman Mahela Jayawardene to smash an unbeaten 169 and added that this could affect the team's morale.

Pietersen heading for tough time against Lankan spin attack, says Law
Former Sri Lankan coach Stuart Law believes English batsman Kevin Pietersen would have to learn to tackle the art of playing left arm spinners if he wants to do well when both countries play the first Test match at Galle next month.

Lankan all rounder Mathews says Indian team not vulnerable despite recent losses
Sri Lanka all-rounder Angelo Mathews has rejected suggestions that the Indian team is vulnerable, claiming they remain a world-class team despite losing the Test series 4-0 to Australia.

Ford named new Sri Lanka cricket team coach
Sri Lanka Cricket has sacked Australian coach Geoff Marsh and replaced him with South African Graham Ford as part of a major shake-up following the national team's poor run against Australia and South Africa.

Durban pitch will favour South Africa's bowling line-up: Ford
Former Proteas coach Graham Ford believes the pitch at Kingsmead in Durban will favour South Africa's bowling line-up in the second Test against Sri Lanka, starting on Monday.

Gayle to play for Sunfoil Dolphins in South Africa's Twenty20 competition
The Durban-based Sunfoil Dolphins have acquired the services of explosive West Indian batsman Chris Gayle for South Africa's Pro20 competition, which will start early next year.

Pietersen aims to change his mental approach to succeed in Ashes series
England batsman Kevin Pietersen feels that he needs to work on the mental side of his game to bounce back to his best form during the upcoming Ashes series against Australia.

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