hoped to sign De Lange under the Kolpak ruling. I think even if you have got a bit of pace it is beneficial if you can swing the ball both ways. He made his Twenty20 debut against New Zealand on 19 February 2012 at Hamilton. unable to play as a "local" player in more than one country's domestic competition. It is really a big honour to play for them and to be part of Glamorgan. How USA's Ali Khan got to the IPL (with a little help from Dwayne Bravo), Heather Knight: 'Making cricket more inclusive would be a small positive from the pandemic', Why Rishabh Pant is perhaps India's first T20 batsman with a T20 attitude, Varun Aaron: The only reason I play the game is to play for the country, AB de Villiers on finishing tense chases: 'I get very stressed, like any player does'. Marchant de Lange made his first class debut as a 19-year-old for Easterns in 2010 "My wife has a British passport and I came over with a spousal visa, which made everything easier."
"He's got a bit of X-factor, he's a match-winner," said Glamorgan head coach Robert Croft.
If there is further things in the future that I can play at a higher level that is definitely one of goals, playing as a local in England.
Marchant de Lange is a cricket player, who plays for the South Africa National Cricket Team. He was called up to the South Africa squad from relative obscurity and little first-class experience for the series against Sri Lanka and impressed in the second test with pace and bounce claiming 7-81 in the Sri Lankan first-innings and capturing 1-56 in the second. "I'm 100% committed to playing in English cricket," de Lange told ESPNcricinfo. If he were to return to the national side, he would need to give up his county deal - or re-register as an overseas player. Marchant de Lange (born 13 October 1990) is an English–South African cricketer who plays for Glamorgan. Marchant de Lange (born 13 October 1990) is an English–South African cricketer who plays for Glamorgan. ", State Bank of Pakistan Sports Complex, Karachi, Match tied (Kings XI Punjab won the one-over eliminator), Match tied (Kolkata Knight Riders won the one-over eliminator), Wife's passport helps de Lange join Glamorgan, Fluent Rahul tries avoiding chaos, Shami revels in it, Mohammad Shami 'believed' in nailing yorkers, Mayank Agarwal thought of Delhi Capitals result, Lockie Ferguson revs into IPL's pace elite with spectacular entry, 'Have to bite my tongue' - David Warner upset as Sunrisers Hyderabad stumble at the close again.
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