Shane Warne wishes to become England coach
CRICDOT DESK : The battle between England and Australia at 22 yards of cricket is many years old. Undoubtedly, they are ‘eternal enemies’ of each other. Evidence of this was found before the Ashes. The battle of words can be seen before the battle of the field.
Australian spin legend Shane Warne has expressed interest in coaching the host nation England. After a debackle in the Ashes, England is now running without a coach. After a 4-0 Ashes loss, England cricket began to take a turn for the worse. Coach Chris Silverwood resigned. Batting coach Graham Thorpe was sacked. Even Ashley Giles was removed from the post of managing director of the men’s national cricket team. This is the last episode of management, the two successful bowlers in their history Stuart Broad and James Anderson have been dropped by the England Cricket Board! Paul Collingwood is currently the interim coach for the Windies tour.
There are rumors circulating in the cricket world about Joe Root’s new head coach. Meanwhile, legendary Australian spinner Shane Warne said in a Sky Sports podcast, “I want to be the coach of England. Now is the ideal time to be their coach. I think I will do a good job, they have a lot to do. There are many good players in England. The depth of the team is a lot. But some basic things need to be fixed. As no no-ball can be done, no more catches can be made. They have a lot of good cricketers, just can’t perform well.