Australia’s interim coach, Andrew McDonald, has held discussions with Cricket Australia (CA) a few full-time position however has little readability about what the job entails, the 40-year-old mentioned on Monday.
McDonald was put in cost forward of the staff’s Pakistan tour after Justin Langer left the job in February, rejecting a short-term extension.
The CA believes teaching throughout codecs might be taxing for one particular person and is open to splitting the position.
“The congested check sequence didn’t enable that,” McDonald informed a information convention in Lahore, referring to talks with CA. “However with a number of extra gaps on this one-day sequence, I’ve had the chance.”
“Whether or not that turns into a follow-up dialog we’ll wait and see … Inside the chats, there was no nice element or readability on what the position would seem like.”
On their first tour of Pakistan in 24 years, Australia gained the check sequence 1-0 however their hosts prevailed within the one-dayers.
McDonald seems to have the backing of check captain Pat Cummins, who has described the coach as “improbable”.
Requested if he wished the full-time job, McDonald mentioned: “It depends upon what it appears to be like like, how Cricket Australia see the job unfolding and searching like and we’ll get extra element on that going ahead.
“I don’t actually need to brazenly share what I feel it ought to seem like as a result of that may put individuals in troublesome conditions all through the method.”
Australia will conclude their tour of Pakistan with a one-off Twenty20 match in Lahore on Tuesday.