Graeme Hick who is the batting coach of Aussie’s team is removed from his post as a cost cutting measure in the wake of COVID-19 Pandemic. Hick is among the 15% odd staff of the Australian board who have been asked to leave the board as cost-cutting measures in the wake of the pandemic.
Former England batsman Graeme Hick has been working as a Coach for the Australian men’s cricket team & has been removed by the Cricket Australia. Hick is among the 15% Odd staff of the Australian Cricket board who have been asked to leave as a part of the board’s cost-cutting measures due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
“You won’t meet a person of greater integrity than Graeme Hick. His worth ethic is unbelievable, his knowledge of the game is unbelievable, so it was a really tough call. “It’s nothing that he’s done, it’s more of an impact of the cost-cutting that we’re doing because of the COVID situation,” quoted Australia coach Justin Langer as saying.
“We’re just going to have to be more creative and we’re going to have to work through solutions for how we can make that mentoring happen in these tough times.
“We will certainly have less staff on the road with us, but the guys will still get great support. We’ll be a bit leaner and sharper, that’s for sure, but we’ll survive, we’ll adapt, and the players will still get the service required,” Langer added.
Graeme Hick has played International Cricket for England & is a great name of the county cricket. He has represented England in 65 Tests & 120 ODIs.