Duncan Fletcher - Former Zimbabwean cricketer and professional cricket Coach Duncan Fletcher led the Zimbabwe to victory at the 1982 ICC Trophy. He started his international coaching career with the England national cricket team in 1999. During his term till 2007, he made radical changes to the English national team and won the 2005 Ashes series after 18 years in English cricket history, and also won the 2007 Commonwealth Bank Series. Fletcher was honored with the Order of the British Empire in 2005 for his contribution to winning the Ashes after 18 long years. He was appointed as the coach of the India cricket team on 27 April 2011 and still serving as the same. Under Fletcher’s coaching, India national cricket team won 8 international series victories which include the 2013 Champions Trophy.