Darren Gough has accused England head coach Trevor Bayliss of using his role ‘as a retirement fund’ and says the Australian ‘presents nothing’ to the Three Lions Check staff.
English cricket endured a torrid winter marketing campaign which included their four-zero Ashes defeat to Australia and the current 1-zero Check collection loss towards New Zealand.
The workforce has returned residence after thirteen Check matches with out victory, which has raised critical questions over the longer term of a quantity of gamers.
However Gough believes England’s poor performances have additionally raised critical questions over Bayliss’ future, and the previous quick bowler says a ‘courageous choice’ must be made by the ECB hierarchy.
The talkSPORT host stated on Tuesday’s Drivetime.“I don’t assume Bayliss gives our Check staff something.
“I don’t assume he’s going to be round for for much longer and I feel he’s in it as a retirement fund – that’s my private opinion.
“His one-day document, whether or not that be with England or within the IPL, is fairly good and that’s what I feel he was initially signed for, so let him simply do this.
“The issue is he signed an enormous contract, financially – is he prepared to step away from it for 12 months? Or, do we’ve got to stay with him till after the World Cup when he’s going to stroll away anyway?
“What will occur? We have to make a courageous choice.”
Darren Gough has accused England head coach Trevor Bayliss of using his role ‘as a retirement fund’ and says the Australian ‘provides nothing’ to the Three Lions Check workforce.