Chris Silverwood removed as England head coach

Chris Silverwood was appointed as England's head coach in 2019

Chris Silverwood was appointed as England's head coach in 2019

England have parted their ways from lead trainer Chris Silverwood, the most recent to be given up following the group’s trashy appearance in the men’s Ashes series. Silverwood withdrew the group a day after his old chief, Ashley Giles, was eliminated as overseeing head of England men’s cricket.

Andrew Strauss, the new break head of cricket, will designate an overseer mentor with a Test visit through the West Indies approaching.

“During his time in the job Chris has given without question, everything to make an achievement of it. He is a man of extraordinary trustworthiness, who players and set up the same have appreciated working with,” ECB CEO Tom Harrison said.

“Under Chris, England Men’s white ball groups have been positioned first and second on the planet while he additionally drove the Test group to various series wins incorporating away in South Africa and Sri Lanka. He has driven the England Men’s group with extraordinary flexibility and compassion through an extraordinarily difficult period for English cricket, and he merits our earnest thanks and appreciation.”

Silverwood, 46, joined England’s training arrangement as the bowling trainer in January 2018 in the wake of having driven Essex to the County Championship the past summer. He then, at that point, succeeded Trevor Bayliss as the lead trainer following the late spring of 2019 in which England won the World Cup however couldn’t prize home the Ashes.

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Under him, England won a Test series in South Africa, won the home series against West Indies and Pakistan in 2020 and afterward in Sri Lanka at the turn of 2021. Be that as it may, the pandemic and the bio-bubble implemented choice to oversee player jobs implied England didn’t continuously play their most grounded XI consistently. Also it brought about the group losing a record nine Tests in the schedule year, including series routs versus India, New Zealand and Australia.

“The most recent two years have been extremely overbearing yet I have truly partaken in my experience with the group and working with Rooty and Morgs, and I am exceptionally glad for this gathering thinking about the difficulties,” Silverwood said. “I leave with affectionate recollections and I am presently anticipating investing a few quality energy at home with my family and accepting the following section.

“It’s been a flat out distinction to be England Head Coach, and I’m very pleased to have worked close by our players and staff. I need to express gratitude toward them for the difficult work and responsibility they have given during my time in the job and I hope everything turns out great for them generally pushing ahead.”

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