England: Chris Silverwood emerges as contender for head coach role

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By Stephan Shemilt
BBC Sport
England bowling coach Chris Silverwood has emerged as a top contender to replace Trevor Bayliss as head trainer.
Silverwood could pip him although reports linked South African Gary Kirsten into the job.
After contributing Essex for their first County Championship title in 25 years the summer months Even the former fast bowler, who played six Tests for England, became bowling coach.
An announcement is expected next week.
The new trainers first mission in control of England are the tour of New Zealand, in which internationals are followed by two evaluation.
Theyd inherit a group thats the world champion side and will likely probably be seeking to perform the double at the T20 World Cup in Australia.
However, in accordance with manager of cricket Ashley Giles, who has said that England will put a focus on red-ball crickets directions and also the main objective is to enhance an inconsistent Evaluation teams fortunes.
It is Giles whos ultimately accountable for the appointment of this new trainer – one that could be a surprise given the tide of support in the last week for Kirsten.
Giles endorsed Silverwoods credentials as long ago as February and did state his taste for appointing an Englishman.
Giles looks likely to select against dividing the head trainers role together with the newest head coach presiding over both, between the Test and sides.
It is known former England captain Alec Stewart made the review and was invited to a final interview.
On the other hand, the Surrey manager of cricket retreated in the reckoning because of the demands of the impact and the program on his loved ones.
Bayliss stepped down from the role following this summertime drawn Ashes series against Australia.
Analysis and comment by the BBCs cricket correspondent.

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