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first_imgA tanker transiting the Suez Canal suffered a blackout on February 15, at about 10:34 hours local time, impeding southbound convoys.The 52,579 dwt tanker was part of a northbound convoy of 21 vessels. The 14 vessels transiting in front of the tanker were unaffected.In an update on the situation, the Gulf Agency Company (GAC) confirmed to World Maritime News that the vessel had been escorted by three tugs to anchor at Great Bitter Lake, Ismailia, adding that traffic was expected to return to normal shortly.GAC did not reveal the name of the vessel, however, AIS data indicates to the possibility that the vessel in question is the Croatia-flagged tanker Pomer. According to VesselFinder data, the vessel was en route from Sumatra to the Black Sea port of Taman.No information about damages or pollution has been released.last_img read more

first_imgGARY Kirsten is the “right man” to become England’s next head coach, according to former South Africa team-mate Lance Klusener.Kirsten, who has had spells in charge of India and South Africa, is reportedly in talks with England director of cricket Ashley Giles.“What is he going to bring? Loads and loads of experience,” Klusener told Stumped on the BBC World Service.“He brings winning, so that for me is vitally important.”Former opening batsman Kirsten, 51, led India to their World Cup triumph in 2011 and was in charge of South Africa when they went top of the Test rankings the following year.He has also coached Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premier League (IPL) and Hobart Hurricanes in Australia’s Big Bash.“Gary’s won the World Cup. He’s the right man for the job,” said former all-rounder Klusener, who was appointed Afghanistan head coach last week.“He brings experience in coaching the big T20 leagues around the world. He’s one of those guys that when they do stand up and speak, people tend to listen, and he’s had that ability since I used to play with him.”England are looking for a replacement for Australian Trevor Bayliss, who left after four years in charge at the end of the summer.Under Bayliss, England won the World Cup for the first time but their performances in Test cricket stagnated.Giles has said that he wants a renewed focus on red-ball cricket.“Can you lift England white-ball cricket much more?” Klusener said. “What they’ve done is fantastic but their challenge is in Test cricket.“Kirsten was a phenomenal Test cricketer himself, so he knows exactly what’s needed.”England begin their tour of New Zealand later this month, playing five Twenty20s and two Tests in November. (BBC Sport).last_img read more