Morgan calls England's hopes for a head coach "far-fetched."

Morgan calls England’s hopes for a head coach “far-fetched.” Mott and captain Jos Buttler will benefit, Morgan thinks, from the short turnaround before the T20 World Cup in June of the following year. “I actually think talk of replacing captain and coach is not a good idea at the moment, simply because of the high turnover of World Cups,” he explained. They are not a poor squad by any means, which is why they are the reigning world champions twice over.

“Matthew Mott is going through his biggest challenge of his England coaching career at the moment, and it’s one that he should be given time to put right, certainly towards the T20 World Cup in the Caribbean and the USA,” according to him.

Mark Wood, who said that the players themselves should bear more of the blame for their poor performance, became the most recent member of the England squad to support Mott on Wednesday. When questioned by the BBC about the players’ continued support for Mott, Wood responded, “For a [T20] World Cup-winning coach? Support for a coach who has won a World Cup? Certainly.

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“You can’t put everything on the coach; as a player, you have all you need. The players occasionally need to examine themselves and accept some accountability. This World Cup, I haven’t played good enough. You can’t really blame the coach or the captain, in my opinion. There are moments when you have to admit to yourself that you have fallen short.”

“Neither the captain nor the captain, nor any of the players, can explain the predicament they are in. Nonetheless, I’m content and, hopefully, confident in my future plans. With my small family, I’m now at home a lot, which is wonderful, and I enjoy watching on.”

Morgan stated that not making it to that tournament would put the men’s managing director Rob Key and the ECB in a challenging situation. “If the England team don’t qualify for the Champions Trophy, the likes of Rob Key and the board at the ECB will come under increasing pressure surrounding his [Mott’s] job,” he stated.

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