Maynard eager to remain in charge of Glamorgan
Interim Glamorgan head coach Matthew Maynard hopes he is given the chance to continue in the role on a permanent basis.
Glamorgan have recently appointed Mark Wallace as their director of cricket.
Maynard has welcomed Wallace's appointment and hopes he is given a chance to work alongside the former Glamorgan captain, although he feels Wallace and chief executive Hugh Morris may opt to look at external candidates as they seek a permanent head coach.
"It would be great to work with Mark but that is a club decision and out of my hands," said Maynard, as reported by the BBC.
He added: "When Mark starts I will have a chat with him and Hugh to see which way they want to go.
"If they want to go someone from outside like a [former England coach] Duncan Fletcher type coach I will have to rethink. Those are the things we have to talk about when Mark starts."
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