Justin Langer row with Cricket Australia a ‘distraction’ five days out from West Indies Test series


Mike Hussey has branded Justin Langer’s row with Cricket Australia a “distraction” with five days to go until the Test summer begins.

The row surrounding Langer’s departure as national coach resurfaced on the eve of Australia’s Test series against West Indies, which kicked off in Perth on November 30, blasting captains Pat Cummins and Aaron Finch for comments ” soft” after rumors of a player revolt emerged.

Cricket Australia chief executive Nick Hockley hit back in an attempt to protect his players, saying Langer’s comments were ‘inaccurate’ and the coach had been given ‘regular formal and informal opportunities to provide and receive feedback “.

But former left mid-order running machine Michael Hussey says his former teammates’ words come from a place of deep passion for Australian cricket and the game.

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