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Brendon McCullum announces retirement from Big Bash League Brendon McCullum retired from Big Bash after playing 8 years

McCullum said – now I will start my coaching career.
Nobody bought them at the Indian Premier League 2019 auction

Brisbane Former New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum retired from the Big Bash T20 league. McCullum retired from international cricket in 2016. McCullum plays in Big Bash for 8 years. He played his last match on Friday. Now he will start coaching career. McCullum, who played Brisbane Heat, said he would continue playing in other T20 league of the world. No one bought McCullum in the Indian Premier League (IPL) auctions.

I enjoyed playing for Heat: McCullum

After the retirement announcement, 37-year-old McCullum said, "Now I will start my coaching career. I am excited to share what I have learned and the experience I have with others. '

On Sunday, McCullum shared his decision with the Brisbane Heat colleagues. He said, 'I enjoyed playing for Heat. I liked playing with the team. I also got respect for his captaincy. Team fans are great and I am very happy to see that they constantly came to see our match and enjoyed it.

                

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