Eoin Morgan feels that it will be almost impossible to have a single coach across Tests, ODIs and T20 matches as the formats are diverging at a faster rate. Morgan has also admitted that the 2015 World Cup debacle acted as a major catalyst in changing England's approach in the shorter formats.
"I think down the line there will be. Cricket is going to change even more in the next 10 years than it has in the previous 10 years. I'd say, if anything, the formats are getting further and further apart. So I'm open to it,” Morgan said, reported ESPN Cricinfo.
England adopted the ‘horses for courses’ rule to be successful in the shorter formats of the game. While Alastair Cook, James Anderson, Stuart Broad have been assigned to keep the English dominance in the whites intact, players like Morgan, Liam Plunkett, Jos Butler, Jason Roy, and Sam Billings have taken the English side forward in the ODIs and T20s. And all this started after the 2015 World Cup debacle and Morgan also admitted the same.
"It had quite a significant role, really. After that, a line was drawn in the sand and we were given clear directives that the goal was the 2019 World Cup. The gap between the England team in that World Cup and where we need to be in 2019, I don't think anybody knows. But to
"We got a huge amount of confidence from the selectors. Andrew Strauss, our director of cricket, gave absolute clarity in what we wanted. I think, as a captain and backroom staff, we certainly thrived on that. It's not often you get free rein and ambition to be as adventurous as you like."