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ECB Advertises For Separate Red And White-Ball Coaching Job

England are set to return to a split-coaching structure after ECB's new Managing Director Rob Key made his first major decision by advertising for two new head coaches.

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Ravi Shastri Shares Valuable Tips For England Cricket MD Rob Key On How To Succed In His New Role, Says Similar To His Situation

Following Rob Key's appointment as the managing director of the England cricket team, former India head coach Ravi Shastri offered some valuable insights that might help Key to succeed in his job.

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“Gang of people willing…”: Know What Ravi Shastri Said In London

From his own experience of working with the Indian team, Shastri feels that national teams across the cricketing world function in a pretty similar fashion.

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Lots of Speculation Around Test Captaincy But Rob Key Will Take The Decision: Ben Stokes

Ben Stokes thinks that it will be a "huge honour" if he gets the opportunity to captain the side.

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ECB Chief Rob Key Holds Talks For Possible Return of James Anderson and Stuart Broad in England Test Squad

A report in dailymail.co.uk said on Wednesday that it understood that Key had contacted the two pacers who were "controversially axed for the 1-0 defeat by West Indies last month before he was officially unveiled as the successor to Ashley Giles".

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Joe Root Steps Down as England’s Test Captain

Joe Root: The decision comes after England's loss against Australia in the Ashes.

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England All-Rounder Ben Stokes Likely to Return to Action Next Month

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) have revealed that the all-rounder's injury is not serious and, while they will continue to monitor his progress.

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The Setup Stinks: Kevin Pietersen Defends Under Fire England Captain Joe Root, Says Don’t Point Fingers At Him

Kevin Pietersen has lashed out over people pointing fingers at Joe Root's future as Test captain after the 1-0 series loss to West Indies, saying that the cricketing setup in the country 'stinks'.

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Shane Warne Interested to Become Next Coach of England Cricket Team

"I think I'd do a pretty good job, there's a lot to work with''- Shane Warne.

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Ashes Aftermath: ECB Packs off Ashley Giles to Start Rebuilding of Men’s Team

The England men's cricket team's disastrous Ashes campaign has claimed its first victim with the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) announcing the departure of Ashley Giles as Managing Director of men's cricket.

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