Kiwis snap up former Proteas manager

2016-06-28 08:22
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Cape Town - When New Zealand tour South Africa in August, they will do so with the assistance of a man who has been close to the Proteas for the last 10 years. 

According to Netwerk24, the Kiwis have appointed Rian Muller as their new logistics manager. 

That is the same position that Muller had held with the Proteas up until the end of the World Twenty20 in India this year. 

Muller, who had been a previous sports therapist at the Proteas, was elevated to logistics manager in 2012 under Goolam Rajah's leadership. 

Muller and his family are set to relocate to New Zealand later this year, but before then the Kiwis will be in South Africa for two Tests on August 19 and 27. 

The Kiwis are expected to spend some time at Pretoria's High Performance Centre in July before leaving for a short tour of Zimbabwe. 

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