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Michael Klinger, the Big Bash League's all-time highest run-getter, has been appointed as the head coach of Melbourne Renegades for the upcoming season. He replaces Andrew McDonald, who now serves as the assistant to Justin Langer in the senior men's national side.

Since the squad will begin their camps from December 17, Klinger will step into his role immediately.

"To be given the opportunity to coach the current BBL champions is, obviously, very humbling and a fantastic honour," Klinger said of his new role on Tuesday (November 26). "I've played with and against a number of players in the squad and I'm looking forward to working alongside such a talented playing group. Andrew has set up a terrific platform and I'm ready to take that forward this season.

"I've been fortunate to represent some outstanding organisations throughout my career and the lessons I've learned along the way leave me feeling as well prepared as I can be for the challenges that will inevitably emerge throughout the season."

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