Andy Flower: Former England head coach to leave ECB after 12 years

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Former England head coach Andy Flower would be to leave the England and Wales Cricket Board.
Flower, a priest of Zimbabwe, had been in the head coach function for five years between 2009 and 2014.
England reached number one in the Test rankings, also won three Ashes series and the 2010 World Twenty20 throughout his tenure.
The 51-year-old also spent two years as assistant to the last five as coach of the England Lions, along with Peter Moores.
The Ashes success in 2010-11 stands out. It is difficult to triumph in Australia, and to do it so comprehensively was a very proud moment in my coaching career, said Flower.
The triumph in India in 2012-13 was a highlight too. To conquer some excellent players in spinning conditions that are tough has been a success.
So was the T20 World Cup win in 2010. How we played with our cricket, with these liberty and aggression, really was enjoyable to be a part of.
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