Australian bowling coach David Saker stepped down before the World Cup

Australian bowling coach David SakerSydney – Australian bowling coach David Saker has resigned from his post. His resignation has come at a time when there is only a few months left for the ODI World Cup and the Ashes series.

If Saker believes that he has resigned for the betterment of the team. Saker has also resigned from the post of bowling coach of England before the World Cup starts in 2015.

Saker was associated with Australian team 3 years ago:-

Saker decided to step down after long discussions with team’s chief coach Justin Langer. He was associated with the Australian team in July 2016.

Langer said, “There is a discussion between me and David about his role in the team for the last nine months. We agree that this is the right time to go in a different direction for the best interests of the team.

He said, ‘I want to thank David for his important contribution. Especially for the role in which he has helped prepare Australian fast bowlers as a main group.

Saker, who played a key role in preparing fast bowlers such as Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood and Pat Cummins, said he enjoyed the time spent with the Australian team.

“I want to thank Australia Cricket for giving me the opportunity to help the coach of Australia’s men’s cricket team over the last three seasons,” he said.

He said, ‘I have enjoyed my time with the team. Especially for working with a good group of fast bowlers. Over time, I will be looking forward to a new coaching role. ‘

Cricket Australia (CA) said that Troy Cooley will play the role of bowling coach for Australia’s ODI series against India and Pakistan.