Yorkshire CCC sacked sixteen coaching plus healthcare team members the previous month, such as first-team advisor Andrew Director and Gale of cricket Martyn Moxon New Yorkshire managing director of cricket Darren Gough has brought his ex England teammates Ryan Sidebottom and Steve Harmison to Headingley as interim mentors.
The White Rose sacked sixteen coaching plus healthcare team members the previous month, such as first-team advisor Andrew Director and Gale of cricket Martyn Moxon, in the wake of the Azeem Rafiq racism scandal.
Gough has taken over from Moxon, at first on an interim time frame for the 2022 season, so the club invited uses for a brand new head coach and as many as six non-executive directors.
For the time being, 51-year-old Gough, who had two playing spells with the White Rose, has named on Harmison and Sidebottom to help you in the short term, with former Leicestershire coach Tim Boon leading instruction.
Sidebottom started and ended their playing career of his at Headingley, winning 3 County Championships, while Harmison received a brief loan stint in the club by Durham.
Cookie Patel, Paul Shaw, Martin Speight and Richard Waite will also assist coaching.
Gough said: “I am thrilled we’ve been equipped to secure interim assistance of probably the highest quality, every one of who have years of experience between them, and also the players of ours will very gain from the great understanding of theirs as well as expertise.”