The UK will return to a separate training body after new European Central Bank director Rob Kee made his first major decision by announcing two new head coaches.
As the key mentioned earlier when working as an analyst, the characters spread in the expected ways.
Both coaches will report directly to Key and are “leading strategists with clear and ambitious plans to build and build success for English cricket in the future” the announcement said.
Applications for the position of Head Coach close on May 6.
Former Test hitter Key, who was appointed England’s new general manager earlier this month, will begin first-round interviews on May 9-10.
England previously had two separate head coaches between 2012 and 2014, led by Andy Flower (Test) and Ashley Giles (T20 and ODI).
Chris Silverwood, who was dropped after the Ashes series in Australia, missed several limited runs due to a busy schedule.
Gary Kirsten, Graham Ford and Simon Katich are potential candidates.
Following the resignation of Joe Root, who lost the series in the West Indies, multi-level Ben Stokes was selected as the Test Leader.
Stokes is likely to be confirmed by Key this week.
The key will be officially released to the media at Lord’s on Thursday.
England’s next Test is against New Zealand on June 2, against the Netherlands.
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