Gillespie


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Gil·les·pie

(gi-les'pē),
Frank, 20th-century U.S. ophthalmologist. See: Gillespie syndrome.
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But - following revelations on Monday morning that former Sri Lanka coach Bayliss is heading the queue instead - Yorkshire coach Gillespie announced he has been brought up to speed by new ECB director Andrew Strauss.
Gillespie was named Yorkshire coach in November 2011 and helped the county get promoted from Division Two in his maiden season before winning their first championship crown since 2001.
Gillespie will divide his time between Brunswick Group and his Alexandria, Virginia firm Ed Gillespie Strategies, which he formed in 2009.
Dad-of-three Gillespie, 41, of Giffnock, Glasgow, lashed out and punched Ross, leaving him with a lip wound which required several stitches.
Defence lawyer Mr Duncan said the offences arose as a result of Gillespie "having difficulties in coming to terms with the breakdown of the relationship" and not being able to see his son.
Speaking ahead of the tournament's opening matches today, former Australia fast bowler Gillespie said: "He has proved over a long period of time how good a coach he is, and it hasn't surprised me at all how well he has done.
au, Gillespie urged the critics to stop slamming Clarke's tactics and attitude and the team's performance and instead support them ahead of the next week's Ashes showdown with England, adding that he believes Clarke and his men are doing the best they can to improve their performance from the summer series.
It raised eyebrows at the time, but Keegan was a man with a plan - and months after the controversial sale, Gillespie was an integral part of a Toon team that boasted David Ginola, Les Ferdinand, Peter Beardsley and Rob Lee as they pushed for the title - and almost won it.
Gillespie teamed up with a partner to open their own alarm system dealership, but two years after it began, the partnership fell apart.
It was as a senior executive at Gage that Gillespie first met Walter Gordon, one of the country's top talent scouts.
Inside customs officers found a number of giftwrapped items which Gillespie said were presents, but when one of them was opened it was found to contain a package of herbal cannabis.
The aggregate of tickets sold was up to 190,000 yesterday, with sales of 10,000 for each of the last four weeks, Gillespie reported.