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Andy Pick

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A chance, as a coach, to take a team to the World Cup finals is probably as high up the tree as it gets, certainly with one-day cricket.

— Andy Pick

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Equally, though, there are guys who play England Under 19 who don't even play First Class cricket. It is a watershed in the careers in many ways.

— Andy Pick

#class #cricket #england #equally #even

I am hoping the four new players can bring in some energy and fresh enthusiasm because they do not have the baggage that comes from being part of a losing side.

— Andy Pick

#baggage #because #being #bring #comes

In 2004, we had a great year, with Samit Patel, Liam Plunkett, Tim Bresnan, Luke Wright, Alistair Cook. Some groups are not quite as strong.

— Andy Pick

#great #groups #had #luke #quite

We are looking to get counties to play their young England players earlier, and the first reports from the counties are that it is working well. It also helps us to prepare in a better fashion.

— Andy Pick

#better #counties #earlier #england #fashion

When they come here, what we are looking for them to do is step up to the plate, take responsibility and get the big innings, the centuries - or take a lead with the ball.

— Andy Pick

#big #centuries #come #get #here

About Andy Pick

Did you know about Andy Pick?

In 2009 he left the England set up to become ICC High Performance Manager for the Americas Region. Robert Andrew Pick (born 19 November 1963 in Nottingham) is a former English cricketer and is the former coach of the England Under-19 team and the Canadian national team. He is currently the ICC High Performance Manager for the Americas Region.

He received notoriety for his personal record pace of 95 mph. He continued his good form in the summer taking a career best 67 wickets in the English season. Canada performed admirably against both England and New Zealand and scored over 200 in both games the only Associate team to pass that figure.

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