Maynard keen to remain in charge of Glamorgan

Maynard keen to remain in charge of Glamorgan

Interim Glamorgan head coach Matthew Maynard hopes he is given the chance to take charge on a permanent basis.

Glamorgan have recently appointed Mark Wallace as their director of cricket.
Maynard has welcomed Wallace's appointment and hopes he is given a chance to work alongside the former Glamorgan captain, although he feels Wallace and chief executive Hugh Morris may opt to look at external candidates as they seek a permanent head coach.
"It would be great to work with Mark but that is a club decision and out of my hands," said Maynard, as reported by the BBC.
He added: "When Mark starts I will have a chat with him and Hugh to see which way they want to go.
"If they want to go someone from outside like a [former England coach] Duncan Fletcher type coach I will have to rethink. Those are the things we have to talk about when Mark starts."