Mark Robinson: Warwickshire coach says he would ‘bounce’ at probability of England job

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Mark Robinson led Warwickshire to the County Championship title last September

Warwickshire’s title-winning first-team coach Mark Robinson says he would “jump” at the chance to become England men’s head coach.

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) are in the process of recruiting new coaching staff and a permanent managing director.

Robinson says he would be “stupid to say no” if he was offered the role.

He guided the Bears to the 2021 County Championship title, four years after he led England women to World Cup victory.

The 55-year-old former Yorkshire seamer toured with England Lions as a player but never made his full international debut.

“Anybody would love to play for their country,” Robinson told the BBC. “But I think if you cannot play for your country and you have an opportunity to coach your country, you would be stupid to say no.

“You would love the opportunity and I would be no different in that.

“At the moment I have a great job at Warwickshire and I’m enjoying that as…

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