After being removed from the post of Australia's coach, Justin Langer now spoke openly, know what he said?
Former Australian cricket team coach Justin Langer was removed from the post by the board in February this year. On Wednesday, he targeted those people who leaked news related to him. Langer called such people anonymous cowards. He said those people should have maintained better relations with the governing body. Langer, 52, was removed from the post of a coach in February. He was successful as a coach. During this, apart from winning the Ashes series in 2021, he also won the T20 World Cup. They were being given an extension of only 6 months after winning the T20 World Cup. Due to this Langer was unhappy. After his departure, some players complained about him anonymously to the Australian media.
Langer spoke openly
Talking about Code Sports, Justin Langer said, everyone was behaving well in front of me. But I was also reading about it. I couldn't believe it was him. He further said many journalists use the word source. I would like to say change that word to a coward. Coward says no source. According to Langer, what do you mean by 'says a source? They either have a way of working with someone. They will not come and say it in front of you, or they are just leaking things for their agenda.
The coach was made in 2018
Justin Langer was appointed Australia's coach in May 2018. During his tenure, Australia defeated England 4–0 in the Ashes series. Before that, in 2019, the Ashes series was a draw on the soil of England. Not only this, but in the year 2021, Australia won the T20 World Cup for the first time during Langer's tenure. He says that the most difficult thing for me was that I got the feedback and I did something about it. We won the World Cup. We won the Ashes. We were number one in the world. Now I have been sacked, this is the most difficult thing for me.