What’s to be done with inglorious Glamorgan?
BETWEEN 2014 and 2017 Glamorgan’s record was utterly abysmal. The only highlight was reaching the 2017 T20 Finals.
During this period Glamorgan played 53 County Championship matches and won only 13. It played 32 one-day matches, also winning only 13. The T20 results were a little better, playing 56 matches and winning 28.
The 2018 season’s results to date, however, are even worse. The team has played 11 County Championship matches, winning only one, and played eight one-day matches, also winning only one. The T20 record is marginally better with a 50% success rate.
With such a poor record isn’t it time to address the following problems: a) Should the head coach be sacked? b) Should there be a change of personnel in the club’s management? c) Will the newly formed board take full responsibility for the poor performances and take the appropriate action to rectify the situation?
Can anyone remember when Glamorgan last played a full fourday County Championship match that was not weather affected? Glamorgan used to boast that it not only a represented a county, but also a country. What a shame that it continues to let not only the country down, but its most valuable asset – its membership.