Trevor Bayliss appointed as head coach of England Cricket Team
The New South Wales coach has succeeded Peter Moores, whose second spell ended in first week of May 2015 after he was sacked.
Trevor Bayliss was appointed as the head coach of England cricket team on 26 May 2015. With this appointment, 52-year-old Bayliss became the first Australian to coach England.
The New South Wales coach succeeded Peter Moores and will take up the new job in June 2015. Moores second spell ended in first week of May 2015 after he was sacked.
Bayliss has led Sri Lankan team from 2007 to 2011 and later in 2014 took temporary charge of Australia for their Twenty20 series in South Africa. He has coached Kolkata Knight Riders in the Indian Premier League (IPL) and Sydney Sixers in Australia's Big Bash League.
Before becoming a coach, he played for New South Wales between 1985 and 1997.
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