England coach Trevor Bayliss is willing to step aside as the coach in the shortest format of the game after raising his concern over too much cricket being played. The visitors were knocked out of the ongoing T20 International tri-series despite winning the thriller against New Zealand by just two runs. However, he has also recommended the name of Paul Farbrace as his successor who can take over his position albeit only in the shortest format.
When asked if he expects specialists coaches to be hired with respect to formats, Bayliss said, “The short answer is probably ‘yes’. Eventually you will have specialist coaches as well. That will obviously be a discussion with higher levels, with (ECB director of cricket) Andrew Strauss and people like that. If that was what they thought was the way to go ahead, I’d be all for it. If not, I am more than happy to keep going and work with these guys towards that next T20 World Cup.”
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