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Collingwood joins england coaching in next tours 609 views
England Former Captain Collingwood now join England current team as a coach in England next tour of Westindies and Cricket world cup 2014 in Bangladesh.This is due to his recent performance as a coach for Scotland. Scotland will now play cricket world cup 2015. Collingwood coached them for their appearance in Cricket world cup 2015.
Collingwood played 68 Tests, 197 one-day internationals and 35 Twenty20 internationals and was England's captain when they won their first International Cricket Council (ICC) global title -- the 2010 World Twenty20 in the Caribbean.
"I am delighted that Paul has agreed to join the England coaching staff for the trips to the West Indies and Bangladesh," said Paul Downton, England's managing director of cricket, in an ECB statement.
Ashley Giles who played with Collingwood added his words saying that it is great to see Collingwood as Assistant coach in both ODI and test formats.He added.
"Colly will add great energy and a winning T20 pedigree to the tour party. We are really looking forward to his involvement".
England do not have any head coach after resignation of Andy Flower who is with England team from last five years.Andy Flower now resign his coaching tenure with England due white wash from Australia in Ashes.
England Cricket board also found saying that they will rebuild new team that is why they cancel every contract with Kevin Peiterson before T20 world cup in Bangladesh.