England are set to return to a split-coaching structure for the first time in eight years. Confirmation that England would split the white and red-ball jobs of their men’s teams has come after job descriptions were formally advertised online this week, with appointments to be made only weeks before their first home Test of the northern summer.
Australians Justin Langer and Darren Lehmann are reportedly out of contention to take either of the coaching roles, but Simon Katich has emerged as a strong contender for either role along with South Africans Gary Kirsten and Graham Ford.
England’s men’s team is on the hunt for two new head coaches after deciding to split the role.https://t.co/NXdqZdXbYF
— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) April 27, 2022