Australia coach Justin Langer on Thursday hinted that he would search an extension of his four-year contract, expiring in June 2022, saying he “loves his job”.
Langer had confronted criticism for his teaching strategies from the gamers however now has a Twenty20 World Cup in his CV and can also be near including the coveted Ashes Trophy win to it.
Australia are main the house sequence towards England 2-0.
The 51-year-old former Check opener insisted that his thought course of has not modified.
“I’ve by no means thought otherwise, to be trustworthy. I’ve been in keeping with what I’ve stated for the final 4 years. I like my job,” Langer was quoted as saying by ‘Sydney Morning Herald’.
“The boys are taking part in properly, little doubt about it, it’s a fantastic staff to be concerned in. So, nothing has modified from my perspective.”
Former skipper and much-respected Steve Waugh is a type of cricketing figures in Australian cricket who advocate splitting the teaching duties.
“Langer confirmed he needed to stay in command of the Check squad and the limited-overs groups in the long run, for there was debate that the senior coach for the red-and-white-ball groups needs to be break up,” the report stated.
“Langer’s senior assistant Andrew McDonald could be the perfect white-ball coach if Langer remained and the roles have been break up. McDonald, who listens carefully to gamers and has a superb rapport, is seen as a tremendous chief and in addition able to guiding all three groups.”
Langer was given the job to overtake the staff’s tradition and regain the respect of the Australian public after the ball-tampering scandal of 2018.