The Renegades have decided not to renew Simon Helmot’s contract after the his side failed to reach the finals yet again.
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The Melbourne Renegades have parted ways with coach Simon Helmot after his side failed to reach the Big Bash League finals for the second successive season.
Helmot took the side to the semi-finals off BBL02, but the Renegades have made the decision not to renew his contract.
In a club statement, Renegades chief executive Stuart Coventry thanked Helmot for his contribution to the franchise over the past four seasons.
“We’d like to express our appreciation for Simon’s efforts – he was involved from the initial stages with setting up the Melbourne Renegades and has been an important factor in instilling our club’s values through his leadership in the following years,” Coventry said in a club statement.
“It is in the best interests of future slub success to seek a new direction in the head coaching role.”
The Renegades will not begin an “international search” for a new head coach.