Warnie - Duncan Fletcher's replacement?

Courtesy: Daily Telegraph
He liked the simple things like a pizza, a cigarette and a night at the casino.

He had pretty simple tastes. And he loved his music. In the rooms he would always have a full music system with him. I don't know about his tastes in music. Boney M was one of his favorites as was ABBA.

Warnie's announcement came as a bit of a shock but I think it is good that he has retired. He can take a step back and see where he is going and what the future may hold.

I wouldn't be surprised if they offer him to be the England coach but we need to keep him here. Down the track he should be involved in our spinning stars of the future.

With Shane Warne's retirement news leaking out a tad in advance, the former greats have already started choreographing the final ovation. Steve Waugh in the Daily Telegraph puts Warne way up there in the Cricket's Hall of Fame, second only to The Don and wonders if Warne would be offered the English coaching job.

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