England: Chris Silverwood emerges as contender for head coach role

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By Stephan Shemilt
BBC Sport
England bowling coach Chris Silverwood has emerged to replace Trevor Bayliss as head coach.
He could be piped by Silverwood to the role although reports connected South African Gary Kirsten to the job.
After leading Essex to their first County Championship title in 25 years the previous 34, Even the fast bowler, who played six Tests became bowling coach.
An announcement is expected next week.
The new coachs first assignment in control of England are the tour of New Zealand, where two evaluation follow internationals.
They will look to perform the double at the T20 World Cup in Australia and would inherit a team thats the 50-over world champion side.
But, in accordance with manager of cricket Ashley Giles, who has said that England will place a focus on crickets directions and also the objective is to enhance an erratic Test teams fortunes.
Its Giles whos ultimately responsible for the new coachs appointment – one which could be a surprise given the tide of service at the past week.
Giles failed state his preference for appointing an Englishman and supported the credentials of Silverwood as long ago.
Giles looks likely to choose against splitting the head trainers role together with the head coach presiding over both, involving the Evaluation and limited-overs sides.
It was invited to a final interview and is understood former England captain Alec Stewart made the shortlist.
However, crickets Surrey manager retreated in the reckoning because of the needs of the impact and the schedule .
Bayliss stepped down from the function following the drawn Ashes series against Australia of this summer.
Analysis and comment from the cricket correspondent of the BBC.
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