Andrew Strauss has Hundred reasons for concern over English coaches

  The Guardian 

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• Former director expresses fears at overseas appointments • Shane Warne and Gary Kirsten among coaches already hired Andrew Strauss has expressed concerns over a lack of English head coaches in the Hundred, fearing it could have a knock-on effect for the national teams down the line. The former director of England cricket, who hopes to turn Lord’s red on Thursday in a bid to raise money for the c
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