England may rope in South Africa’s Gary Kirsten as head coach


English media pronounced that Gary Kirsten was eager on coaching the England ODI aspect but ECB will strive to persuade him to take up the function for all three formats.
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England are eager on roping in Gary Kirsten as head coach
Trevor Bayliss stepped down as England teach after Ashes 2019
ECB choose Kirsten to take up the role for all three formats

World champions England are wondering of roping in former South Africa batsman Gary Kirsten as their subsequent head train across all three formats.
According to a www.telegraph.co.uk report, England director of cricket Ashley Giles will formally begin the procedure of hiring a new head instruct this week and Kirsten is a the front runner in the modern day scheme of things.
Trevor Bayliss, who coached England to their maiden World Cup triumph in July this year, stepped down from his function after the Ashes sequence in opposition to Australia which England drew 2-2.
It has been pronounced by means of The Telegraph that Kirsten was once eager on teaching the England one-day side at the start but it is understood that the England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB) will attempt to coax him into a full-time head coach’s job.
Kirsten famously guided India to the 2011 World Cup victory in his four-year stint with the Men in Blue, besides supporting South Africa turn out to be the No. 1 Test crew in the world.
Kirsten additionally coached in the Indian Premier League (IPL) and different franchise-based league tournaments across the world after relinquishing full-time international obligation in 2013.

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