Cummins’ assertion got here three days after Cricket Australia CEO Nick Hockley avoided commenting on the problem of Langer’s contract extension.
“I think we’ll savour this victory today and continue the Ashes,” Cummins stated when requested about Langer’s future.
“I don’t think today is the day to speculate on that. We’ll all sit down together after this series or whenever his tenure is up. His contract is up for renewal in a few months and we’ll deal with that then.”
Pacer Scott Boland claimed six wickets for seven runs within the second innings of the Boxing Day Test at hand Australia an innings-and-14-runs win over England to retain the Ashes. Australia had gained the primary two Tests by 9 wickets and 275 runs at Brisbane and Adelaide, respectively.
An ecstatic Langer was additionally non-committal about his contract extension.
“We’ll worry about that later,” Langer advised Fox Sports.
There had been studies of Langer’s working fashion as head coach not taking place effectively with some senior gamers, with the then Test captain Tim Paine, limited-overs skipper Aaron Finch and Cummins having had discussions with Cricket Australia’s prime bosses on the problem.
In the lead-up to the Boxing Day Test, Langer had expressed his need to proceed guiding the aspect in all three codecs of the sport. Hockley, nevertheless, had remained non-committal.