Jonty Rhodes parts ways with Mumbai Indians

James Pamment

James Pamment former New Zealand cricketer

Rhodes joined hands with the Mumbai Indians before the IPL 2009, and has been one of the constants in its support staff ever since.

New Zealand's James Pamment has replaced Rhodes as Mumbai's new fielding coach, after the former South Africa worldwide expressed his desire to move on from his role with the team and focus on other 'personal business ventures'.

MI owner Akash Ambani termed South African Rhodes contribution as "invaluable and immeasurable". He will replace the former South Africa legend Jonty Rhodes who was with the franchise for last few seasons. "Jonty has been a pillar of strength and energy in Mumbai Indians".

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Mumbai Indians franchise has always been active in chopping and changing with their support staff while they have stayed put as far as their core players are concerned. His contribution can not be valued in words.

Rhodes said his journey with the franchise has been remarkable.

Mumbai Indians today announced the appointment of New Zealander James Pamment as its new fielding coach. He is an experienced coach at the worldwide level having worked with New Zealand Cricket as fielding specialist and development.

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Ambani also added that, "What impressed us was the way James had coached Northern Districts in [the] Champions League T20 in 2014".

His success at the domestic level landed him opportunities with New Zealand Cricket, and he worked closely with New Zealand Under-19, New Zealand A and the men's national teams, with focus on specialist fielding skills.

"It's an honour for me to join the ranks of Mumbai Indians", said Pamment.

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"It will be a great challenge and at the same time a privilege to fulfill the duties of a role that was held by someone like Jonty", he said. He has instilled a brilliant work culture among the players, on and off the field, and the results are out there for everyone to see.

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