What was the last wish of Shane Warne?
CRICDOT DESK : No one was ever ready to hear that news. The news came suddenly. Australia’s greatest spinner Shane Warne has died! At the age of 52, the legendary leggy left life in a city in Thailand. He is thought to have died of a heart attack. But just four days ago, Warne expressed his wish. That is to coach the England cricket team. England head coach Chris Silverwood lost his job after the England team was defeated by Australia in the Ashes.
After that there was a discussion about who will be given the responsibility in place of Silverwood. Shane Warne was also named in the discussion. In an interview with Sky Sports just four days ago, Warne said he would be happy to be in charge of the England team.
“I want to do this (taking over as head coach of the England team),” Warne said. This is a great time to be the coach of the England team. “I think it’s going to be a great job,” he said. You can work with many people here. There are a lot of good players in the England team.
Although Shane Warne was very interested in coaching the England team. But he told Sky Sports that the recently resigned Aussie coach Justin Langer would be the most qualified coach for England.