Flower enjoyed a huge amount of success during his reign (©GettyImages)
Flower enjoyed a huge amount of success during his reign (©GettyImages).

Top 4: Probables for England coaching duty (1)

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Time has played havoc with England without question. Five months ago they were on top of the world, enjoying the ruthlessness that they showed against Australia to keep the Ashes on home soil.

How long ago that now seems though, with Australia securing a Test whitewash in the return Down Under and the Ashes as a result.

Graeme Swann has retried and no one knows whether Trott has recovered from his mental illness, while Andy Flower is no longer in charge of the England setup.

In the middle of all this mess, captain Alastair Cook finds himself in a position where he has to lift the team up, mix up well with the new coach and at the same moment, take a look at his batting as well, which has been pathetic for almost a year now.

Amongst all the worries, there is a new debate to now have, who wi Can England find another such man who won a T20 World Cup, 3 Ashes Series including one in Australia, No.1 ranking across all formats, a win in India after almost 25 years? It is hard to tell at the moment but there are a few, 4 to be exact who could bring the Englishmen back to top. One thing is common with these three men, “Aggressive brand of Cricket”.

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