Cricket Australia has denied latest claims of Justin Langer having to reapply for the place of head coach. Langer’s contract is expiring after Australia’s tour of Pakistan in June later this yr. He took over after the sandpaper gate scandal which noticed an enormous change within the nation’s method in direction of the sport thereafter. The physique met in particular person with Langer to debate the longer term roadmap of the Australian cricket workforce.
There have been experiences that Justin Langer obtained an offended assembly after being advised he might have to reapply for his job. The native media in Australia additional wrote that Langer went ballistic” throughout talks with senior Cricket Australia employees over his future. Whereas Cricket Australia has accepted that talks with langer concerning his future are on, it has denied claims of any disagreement with the previous Australian cricketer.
The Assembly Was Not Fiery Or Heated: Cricket Australia On Justin Langer
“Whereas we don’t touch upon confidential conversations, we felt on this event it was vital to right the report. Amongst different false claims, we reject outright the assertion that the assembly was fiery or heated and that Justin was requested to reapply for his job” the governing physique stated in an announcement.
“Justin has all the time been contracted as Head Coach by means of to the center of this yr and we’ve got constantly maintained that discussions round the way forward for the function would begin following the conclusion of the boys’s Ashes collection. Friday’s assembly was the primary time that we had the chance to satisfy collectively in particular person, mirror on the workforce’s success and focus on the highway forward” it added.
Whereas Langer’s teaching fashion has been criticised again and again for his headmaster-like management fashion, his latest work with the Australian workforce was key to them profitable the T20 World Cup and the Ashes. He has additionally labored arduous behind the scenes of fixing their fashion and perspective in direction of the sport after the sandpaper gate scandal.