Paul Farbrace becomes the frontrunner to replace Stuart Law as Middlesex head coach, while the Warwickshire manager is eager to return to the practical role.
- Paul Farbrace is the favorite to take over at Stuart Law’s Middlesex
- Law was fired with a quarter of his four-year contract remaining
- Farbrace is Cricket Director at Warwickshire County Champions currently
Paul Farbrace is the favorite to take over at Middlesex after Stuart Law was fired as head coach with a quarter of his four-year contract remaining.
Farbrace is director of cricket in the Warwickshire county champions, but it is understood that he is eager to return to a more practical coaching role.
Since resigning as Trevor Bayliss’ number two with England to move to Edgbaston in 2019, the 54-year-old Farbrace has operated in a broader framework.
Paul Farbrace is the favorite to take over for Middlesex after Stuart Law was fired as head coach
He spoke with Middlesex before Law was named three winters ago, having spent six seasons as a player at the club during the 1990s.
Law’s removal is the second coach change during Andrew Cornish’s brief tenure as CEO.
In July, Angus Fraser was moved aside as a cricket director to an academy and an age group role, leaving Law solely responsible for the first team’s results.
Law was fired as head coach with a quarter of his four-year contract remaining
After a review of the 2021 season in which Middlesex finished last in the County Championship group and last in the groups for both white ball competitions, the committee bypassed the Australian and appointed Alan Coleman as head coach. interim.