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Domingo has 2 days to reapply for Proteas job

2017-06-14 07:45
Russell Domingo (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Proteas coach Russell Domingo reportedly has until Friday to reapply for his job.

The Proteas were bundled out of the ICC Champions Trophy when India beat them by eight wickets at The Oval in London last Sunday.

Domingo’s future remains uncertain after Cricket South Africa (CSA) announced in May that they had started a process to appoint a new head coach for the national team.

Domingo’s contract runs until the end of August when the Proteas’ tour of England concludes.

Should he wish to stay on as coach, he needs to reapply for his position and according to Netwerk24, applications for the position close on Friday (June 16).

According to ESPNcricinfo, Domingo told the media he had "not yet" reapplied and "can't say" whether he has plans to take the team to the 2019 World Cup.

CSA earlier stated that the appointments of the new coach and his management team will “be in place by the beginning of September”.

CSA’s board nominated the following persons to serve on the selection panel to screen and recommend a suitable candidate to the board for appointment: Norman Arendse, Rihan Richards, Oupa Nkagisang, Gary Kirsten and Eric Simons.

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