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Justin Langer Speaks On His Coaching Future With Australia

Australia’s head coach, Justin Langer, has stayed calm in the face of speculation over his coaching future with the team. Darren Lehmann, the team’s previous head coach, resigned after the ball-tampering incident in 2018. Langer has been the head coach since that time. The squad went on to win their first T20 World Cup in the United Arab Emirates last year, under him. Most recently, under the leadership of new captain Pat Cummins, his team defeated England by a score of 4-0 in the Ashes.

Aside from that, the squad was successful in retaining the Ashes in England in 2019. Since 2001, this was the first time an Australian side has successfully defended the Ashes on English soil. There is a vocal group of individuals who believe Langer should be fired from his position at Cricket Australia because his leadership style has come under investigation. Former players who have played with him, on the other hand, encourage the former opening batsman to continue his career.

Meanwhile, the 51-year-old has said that he is unconcerned about his future when asked about the situation. He went on to say that he will be proud of the time he has spent as the national team’s head coach.

On SEN, when asked whether he’s concerned about the impending meetings with CA over his future, Langer said, “No, I’m never edgy, no matter what happens. We’ve never been more prepared than we were before the World Cup and before these Ashes. It is not by chance that we have achieved the level of accomplishment that we have.”

Whatever happens from here on out, we can all be quite proud of this little period. We had two missions: to win the World Cup and to win the Ashes. To accomplish both in such a short amount of time is a massive achievement, and we’re all content, happy with it, and proud of it as a result. It is with great pleasure that I sit here now feeling really satisfied with the previous two series,” remarked the 51-year-old.

A talk with Langer about his future was supposed to take place between the CA and him, but this has not taken place. The left-hander went on to say that he had a difficult task to perform during the previous four years and that he expects to hear from someone within the next few days.

It’s been four really demanding years, and the work is quite demanding: Justin Langer

“The exact truth and people don’t seem to believe it, but the absolute fact is that before the World Cup and the Ashes, we all committed to sit down and have some chats after the conclusion of the Ashes,” Langer said.

“It’s been four really successful years. It’s a demanding and all-encompassing profession that requires dedication and perseverance. That’s simply the way it is. We had all agreed that we would take a break after the Ashes. I’m certain that such discussions will begin to take place within the next few days. There’s a lot that has to be spoken,” he continued.

The Perth-born player went on to say that his team’s ultimate objective is to start winning games in other countries. A three-match Test series against Pakistan in their own territory is scheduled for later this year, with the Border-Gavaskar Trophy to be played in India towards the conclusion of the season.

“It’s the next challenge,” says the author. In the previous several months, we’ve accomplished some very remarkable things. However, due of the Covid problem, we haven’t been able to play much Test cricket during the previous couple of years. Our next major task is to begin winning games in other countries right away. We’re all well aware of this, and we’ve assembled an exceptionally talented group of individuals. This summer, so many men have stood up to the plate, and it’s been a thrilling experience to see. It’s been an amazing brand of cricket. “We’re looking forward to our next major task, which is to win Test matches in other countries,” Langer said.

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