SPIN legend Shane Warne says he is willing to help Cricket Australia and wonders why more than his former international teammates have not been appointed consultants.
The upheaval in CA continued to take place this week, with executives Pat Howard and Ben Amarfio the last powerful figures to leave the government body.
In his column for The Herald Sun Warne calculates that the experience of retired test players should be used more to help overcome the next harvest of Aussie talent.
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"I put my hand on Pat Howard a few times, I told him I was available if they needed me, "wrote Warne .
"I've always been happy to be involved in any role if Cricket Australia thinks I could help the team, I'm sure all the ex-players would be the same.
" We have a lot of incoming spinners that I have helped in an informal role and I am more than happy to help formally
"Why do not you ask Glenn McGrath to offer him a contract to help fast players?"
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Warne said "we think we are going to produce cricket players" but that he would not do it. The right people were involved and the right environment was put in place.
"Everyone is jumping on the players because they do not perform, but we have to take a step back and ask why, are they good enough?" He wrote. "Talent in Australia is good, it's back to how it's taught to play, especially the style that they're taught to play."