The chances of being the Coach of the England team for Ashley Giles is fluctuating more and more following the disgraceful defeat of the side in the hands of Netherlands in a trivial match of ICC World Twenty20 in Chittagong on Monday.
In accordance with the reports, Australian Trevor Bayliss has become the frontrunner for the post of Coach by England and Wales Cricket Board.
Bayliss, who is the on front burner Coach of New South Wales, is a coaching staff off Indian Premier League franchise Kolkata Knight Riders. He also had been the part of Sri Lanka national team along with Stuart Law. He has been called for the interview by the ECB after Andy Flower who resigned as England coach after the Ashes gloss over.
Nevertheless, Giles, too, has been called for the interview over the next couple of weeks. Former England head coach Peter Moores and Nottinghamshire coach Mick Newell will also be consulted by the ECB.
This time Enland has gone through the most distant degradation as they got defeated by some team who are not proper ICC member. Earlier, they got whitewashed by Australia in the Ashes series. The 45-runs defeat has put the cherry on the cake of their sufferings. This season is going completely shabby for the side.
Although Giles has groomed the team in most matches but the defeat has come to the lowest point ever. “It never helps does it, losing to Holland,” Giles stated. “We desired to leave here after what in some ways were some positive performances with profits. It has been a hard winter. The sunlight will still come up tomorrow, but sometimes it feels like it won’t when you have days like that at the office and it wasn’t just for anyone. I’m sure the ECB knows that, but there is not a lot more we can say except that it was unacceptable and embarrassing.”
However, Giles is seeking for the second chance to coach England with Kevin Pietersen, though he is not sure if the players will leave Giles stranded.
“We are all in this together. Don’t start me wrong, when the guys break out thither, there has to be some personal boundness in that respect as well, but we are a team, we get together and we have entirely lost that match. It should offend those guys every bit much as it offends me and I hope it does,” said Giles.
“I would hope they will know that is not up to snuff. Those kinds of performances are not in effect. We are playing for our country, all of us, every time you put on an England shirt, roll a ball, field a ball, wind up a ball you have to get through everything in it and we weren’t today.
“It wouldn’t be your absolute way to work away. I stated yesterday that we would receive the odd blip and they don’t come a lot larger than this. If there could be any bright side it was that it wasn’t totally about perpetuating through to the semifinals. You would have hoped the team would have come back at differently if it was. It was a small bit of smugness, but we can’t give those kinds of performances in a twelvemonth. It is simply not safe enough.”