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Former Australia coach Darren Lehmann takes over BBL side Brisbane Heat

Darren Lehmann was Australia's head coach from 2013 until March last year, when Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft were embroiled in ball tampering scandal during a Test match against South Africa.

Cameron Bancroft should’ve approached the coaching staff before ball-tampering: Darren Lehmann

Cameron Bancroft revealed in an interview with Adam Gilchrist that David Warner had asked him to tamper with the ball during the third day of the third Test between South Africa and Australia in January.


Was in a bad place like everyone else: Darren Lehmann opens up on ball tampering saga

Former Australia coach Darren Lehmann, who announced his resignation from the position after the ball-tampering scandal, spoke about the pressures that came with the job.

Darren Lehmann earns new coaching role with Cricket Australia

Darren Lehmann will now groom young talent as part of Australia's National Performance Programme in Melbourne, Cricket Australia announced.

I worry about Steve Smith, David Warner, Cameron Bancroft daily, says Darren Lehmann

Darren Lehmann said that he worries about the banned trio Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft everyday and hopes they come back and play for the country again.

Australian cricket couldn't have a better person to lead them than Justin Langer, says Darren Lehmann

Justin Langer was named on Thursday as the replacement for Darren Lehmann, who resigned in the wake of the Cape Town ball-tampering scandal.


Darren Lehmann steps down as Australia coach

Darren Lehmann has quit as the coach of Australia. The Wanderers Test will be his last match as Australia coach.

Find out what the f*** is going on: Words that saved Darren Lehmann

Cricket Australia investigators were convinced that Darren Lehmann had no prior knowledge of the ball-tampering ploy that eventually resulted in lengthy bans for Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft.

'What the f*** is going on?' Darren Lehmann's words at time of ball-tampering

Darren Lehmann was spared the axe by Cricket Australia after it was satisfied with its internal investigation which revealed that the 54-year-old was not part of the ball tampering scandal which occurred in Cape Town.

We need to change how we play, maybe take a leaf out New Zealand's book: Darren Lehmann

Admitting that the trio of Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft had made a grave error, Lehmann reminded everyone that the entire incident has a human aspect to it and people make mistakes.