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Former England head coach Andy Flower is to depart the England and Wales Cricket Board following 12 Decades.
Flower, also a priest of Zimbabwe, was in the head mentor role for five years between 2009 and 2014.
England reached number one in the Test rankings in 2011, also won the 2010 World Twenty20 and three Ashes series during 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 outside. Its hard to triumph in Australia, and to do it was a very proud moment in my training career, said Flower.
The triumph India in 2012-13 was a highlight too. To conquer some players in demanding conditions has been a special success.
So was that the T20 World Cup triumph in 2010. How we played our cricket, with these freedom and aggression, really was interesting to be part of.
More to follow.
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