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Sri Lanka’s new national coach speaks to Times Online

3 January 2018 - 148   - 0

Sri Lanka’s new national coach Chandika Hathurusingha has given himself three years to turn the team around before heading back to his family in Australia—and his first priority will be to ensure that his charges win every match played at home.

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