England to appoint new coach before New Zealand tour
England’s director of men’s cricket, Ashley Giles confirms that England Cricket Board (ECB) is considering to appoint an interim coach before their tour of New Zealand later this year.
As England’s World Cup winning coach, Trevor Bayliss had resigned as a head coach of the team earlier this month after the Ashes England are searching for a new coach for the team.
Bayliss’ rule saw some fabulous success. He was named England cricket team’s head coach after the disappointing World Cup for England in 2015. In his four years in charge of the national team, England made themselves as one of the best ODI team in world cricket. They reached the final of 2016 T20 World Cup but lost the final after Ben Stokes was hit for four consecutive sixes in the final over of the match. But they had overcome this and won the all prestigious ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019.
So, it won’t be an easy process for England to replace Bayliss’ vacancy in the team. “As far as procedure, it has begun vigorously,” Giles said. “There are a ton of applicants out there and, right now, I’m experiencing the way toward attempting to accumulate some enthusiasm from parties however then have some more drawn out phone calls with these folks or face-to-faces, until we get to a point where we can assemble a waitlist. There are some solid up-and-comers out there.
“Regardless of what the quantifiable outcomes may appear, Bayliss’ time with this England group will stand out forever for the sort of characters he had the option to bring out in his players.
“There’s some inward, there’s some English and there’s some excellent abroad. I’m anticipating it and it’s my first appointment since it’s my first significant one,” he added.
He also confirmed that they are not considering split coaches for different formats rather they’re thinking just one coach for limited over format and Test.