The board has appointed Jonathan Trott, a former batter for England, as the team’s new head coach. During Afghanistan’s August tour of Ireland, he will exercise authority.
In addition to serving as Scotland’s batting consultant for the 2021 T20 World Cup, Trott, 41, has previously worked with the England Men’s team, England Lions, and the U19 teams. He left the sport back in 2018.
Trott was quoted by the Afghanistan Cricket Board as stating, “I’m honoured and pleased to have the opportunity to take one of international cricket’s most exciting teams through what is a huge year for their development as a squad.”
Graham Gooch, a fellow countryman of Trott, was initially slated to hold the position of head coach. However, the former England cricketer was unable to keep his appointment after contracting a serious illness in May of this year.
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