Andy Flower Leaves ECB After 12 Years
LONDON (12th Oct, 2019): Former head coach of England cricket team, Andy Flower has left the England Cricket Board (ECB) after 12 years.
According to details, Andy Flower has left the ECB after spending 12 years in organization including a successful five years as coach which saw England win three Ashes series in a row and their first men’s ICC title. Flower led England in T20I World Cup in 2010 and their their first away Ashes win since 1986-87 later in the 2010.
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Reportedly, in 2007, Flower was first employed as Peter Moores’ assistant coach. He became head coach of the England cricket team in 2009 and stepped down after following the disastrous 2013-14 Ashes campaign.
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Moreover, Flower also took up a role as ‘technical director of elite cricket’ and giving responsibility for the England Lions team.
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