Cricket Australia must sacrifice Langer or lose winning formula

14/01/2022 10:00:00 AM

Cricket Australia must sacrifice Langer or lose winning formula

Cricket Australia must sacrifice Langer or lose winning formula

Justin Langer’s coaching tenure will end after the Hobart Test if Cricket Australia wish to keep the structure which has won an Ashes and Twenty20 World Cup.

in October that there should be a specialist Twenty20 coach of the Australian side.An occasional consultant coach under Lehmann, Ricky Ponting was in discussions with Cricket Australia about becoming national T20 coach until Lehmann resigned in 2018 at the height of Sandpapergate after five years in the job.

“I look back now and I think I coached too long,” Lehmann said in October. “I probably should have bowed out 12 months before that. I reckon four years is a good cycle when you’re away from home 300 days a year.“If you split the role there is more longevity because you don’t have to do everything. And it has to be done properly so the T20 team can specialise. That’s just sensible.”

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An occasional consultant coach under Lehmann, Ricky Ponting was in discussions with Cricket Australia about becoming national T20 coach until Lehmann resigned in 2018 at the height of Sandpapergate after five years in the job. “I look back now and I think I coached too long,” Lehmann said in October. One in five (22 per cent) of full-time workers would skip a day at the office to tune into the action at the MCG. “I probably should have bowed out 12 months before that. Not much Labuschagne can do at the moment. I reckon four years is a good cycle when you’re away from home 300 days a year. New to Kayo? Try 14-days free now. “If you split the role there is more longevity because you don’t have to do everything. His best bet is to not play at anything outside his off stump, hope Broad overpitches, and back himself to make contact with the ball before there’s too much movement off the pitch.

And it has to be done properly so the T20 team can specialise. More than half of cricket fans living in New South Wales (73 per cent) and Victoria (70 per cent) admit they have prioritised the cricket over a date, exercise, and a good night of sleep. As I type that, Broad dangles the carrot and Labuschagne takes it - a lovely off drive that reaches the boundary to a ball that is slightly fuller than normal. That’s just sensible.” Loading Mitchell Starc became the latest player to publicly praise Australia’s assistant coaches when asked on Wednesday about his improved batting. Getty Source: Getty Images “It’s no surprise Aussies are absolutely loving the cricket this summer,” Fox Cricket general manager Matt Weiss said. “Obviously, we’ve got Michael Di Venuto with us at the moment who’s just been fantastic,” Starc said. Australia 3-17 Smith also gone for a duck! It’s absolute carnage in Hobart at the moment. “Working with him and Andrew McDonald I guess getting a clear game plan. It is interesting to see how our viewing habits have changed, we are taking cricket with us wherever we go. Steve Smith gets a thick edge off the back foot that flies to Zak Crawley at second slip.

” Cricket Australia CEO Nick Hockey has consistently said that Langer’s contract would not be discussed until after the Ashes. Cummins took a similar line after Australia retained the Ashes following the third Test in Melbourne, refusing to endorse the coach. The Women’s Ashes Series and BBL finals later this month, all live on Foxtel. It’s the sixth time in Smith’s career he has been dismissed without troubling the scorers. “I think we’ll savour this victory today and continue the Ashes,” Cummins said at the time. “I don’t think today is the day to speculate on that. We’ll all sit down together after this series or whenever his tenure is up. Travis Head comes to the crease. Travis Head comes to the crease.

His contract is up for renewal in a few months and we’ll deal with that then.” Fellow Fast bowler Josh Hazlewood played down Langer’s role after Australia’s Twenty20 World Cup victory in the UAE during mid-November. “Everything has really been player-driven,” Hazlewood said. Khawaja’s series average has been cut from 244 to 122. “He’s probably taken a big back seat and let a lot of other staff play their roles, especially the players as well, to take a bit more ownership of what they’re doing in and around training and games.” Langer only survived the player revolt in August because of cricket’s politics. A big job ahead of Labuschagne and the new man Smith.

Then chairman of Cricket Australia, Earl Eddings, was desperate to keep Western Australia’s vote to maintain the top job so refused to move against the WA legend. Australia 2-7 4. Ironically, Eddings was forced to resign a day before Cricket Australia’s annual meeting in October after losing WA’s support. Speculation about Langer’s tenure has continued to grow .