(Reuters) – Graham Thorpe has turn into the most recent casualty of England’s woeful Ashes collection after he stepped down as batting coach, the England and Wales Cricket Board confirmed on Friday.
Head coach Chris Silverwood and managing director Ashley Giles had already left their roles this week within the aftermath of England’s 4-0 Ashes collection defeat, with Thorpe following after a number of batting collapses by the staff in Australia.
Former England skipper Andrew Strauss has changed Giles on an interim foundation and can appoint a caretaker coach for the forthcoming tour of West Indies in March.
“I’ve been very lucky to have labored with so many good gamers and coaches who I think about my pals for all times,” Thorpe mentioned.
England are attributable to play three check matches in opposition to the West Indies ranging from March 8 in North Sound, Antigua. Last month, they misplaced the Twenty20 collection 3-2.
(Reporting by Peter Hall; Editing by Toby Davis)