Controversy Continues In England Cricket! After Coach And Director CEO Tom Harrison Also Resigned
England Cricket Board: The uproar continues in the England and...
England Cricket Board: The uproar continues in the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB). Now the team’s chief executive officer (CEO) Tom Harrison announced on Tuesday that he would be stepping down. The Test captain, head coach, director of cricket and now CEO of the men’s team have stepped down from their respective positions since the beginning of this year after a consistent poor performance in Test cricket.
Harrison was also accused of preferring shorter formats over Test cricket during his tenure. It was during his tenure that the 100-ball tournament ‘The Hundred’ was started in England. The ECB said in a statement that after Harrison’s arrival, its revenue had increased three times.
Harrison said in his statement, “The last two years have been very challenging. But together we have been able to overcome the pandemic and cricket’s biggest financial crisis. I have given my all in this role, but now it is time to continue this work.” It needs new energy.”
There was turmoil after the defeat in the Ashes
The turmoil in England cricket continues after England’s disastrous defeat in the Ashes series against Australia. It was only after this that the head coach of the team, Chris Silverwood, resigned from his post. After this, the captain of the Test team, Joe Root also left his post. After this the director left his post and now the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) has also spoken of resigning.
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