James Taylor said that Peter Moores (above) behaved in his usual manner despite the circulating sacking reports © AFP
James Taylor said that Peter Moores (above) behaved in his usual manner despite the circulating sacking reports © AFP

London: England stand-in captain James Taylor has said that coach Peter Moores is very ‘bubbly’ and cheerful inside the dressing room despite reports claiming that he is about to be sacked. READ: Peter Moores faces dismissal as England coach

According to the reports, Moores would be sacked next week when Andrew Strauss assumes the role of England cricket’s director. The reports broke one hour after the England’s rain hit match against Ireland at Malahide in Dublin. READ: Peter Moores says he needs more time to develop England into ‘world beaters’

Taylor said that the former Lancashire coach behaved in his usual manner despite the circulating sacking reports, he BBC reported. READ: Peter Moores defends Alastair Cook

The Nottinghamshire batsman added that Moores had been very ‘ positive and bubbly’ with the players, insisting that he had been helping the young talents. READ: England and Peter Moores: The problem was with the inference and implementation

Moores was appointed England coach in April 2014 for the second time after 2007 when Duncan Fletcher was removed after the disastrous Ashes tour followed by World Cup debacle. READ: Peter Moores has been let down by England players, feels Andy Moles

England endured a miserable 2015 World Cup campaign and secured a shock 1-1 Test series draw against West Indies recently. READ: ECB chief Paul Downton supports under-fire Peter Moores following England’s exit