England role was unsustainable says Flower

Andy Flower, who has relinquished his day-to-day involvement with England’s one-day side, has admitted that he found the conflicting demands of his coaching role “unsustainable” as he agonised over his need to contribute to a family life with his wife and three young children.
Flower, according to an estimate from England’s managing director of cricket, Hugh Morris, has spent around 60% of his life away from home over the last few years – with no prospect that if he had maintained both roles the burden would ease for at least the next eight years.
Flower, the England coach since early…

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